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August 1, 2019

TWO POEMS BY CAROL HAMILTON

   To Draw Close   For six weeks Edgar Heap of Birds worked at our school for gifted children. We made spirals of ancestors and such, […]
July 31, 2019

THREE STORIES: FLASH FICTION BY LINDSEY WARREN

  RECTORY GATE   The sky over Bancroft Parkway was drinkable.  October saints, Maggie said to herself.  Francis of Assisi on the fourth, Teresa of Avila […]
July 27, 2019

DYSFUNCTIONAL LICORICE: FLASH FICTION BY RICH IVES

Dysfunctional Licorice   Horn’s Checkered Beetle   Is it peculiar to certain behavioral types to hold on to that which has damaged them? What if they […]
July 26, 2019

THE REMNANTS: FLASH FICTION BY FERGUSON WILLIAMS

  The Remnants   The remaining townsfolk gathered on the hills outside of town. The women held their babies close to their breasts and fretted, as […]