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The Boardwalk

by Joya Williams White creamy liquid made its way slowly down the slope between her breasts. Michael couldn’t tear his eyes away from the scene.

Sept 16
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The Cyborg

by Sarah Campbell Morgan couldn’t stand another minute in that room. He’d been sitting in the uncomfortable lobby chair for half an hour now. Tipping

Sept 16
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Something Happened

by Stuart Fish Something happened that changed everything. I met him online two and a half years ago. He sent me a wink on a

Sept 16
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Timeless War

By Natasha Luttjeboer Nothing is harder than making a decision that could kill you. I didn’t have to join the army, I knew that, but

Sept 12
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Speed Dating: A Tale of Drugs, Disclosure, and Awkward Coping Mechanisms

 By Chase Glantz Ginny downed two shots of green liquor and pushed up her chest. “Man… this is something I’ll be able to tell my kids.”

Sept 12
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A New Road

By Thomas Giles Jones flicked a finger at the pewter tankard, producing a dull ring. A flurry of bubbles shot up from the side of the

Sept 12
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The Stardust That Was Aunt Jane

By Dave Dowdy He stopped suckling, the milk having run out long ago.  Elise slumped back and sighed.  She hummed and waited for Charlie who’s cooing

Sept 12
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The Weekend

By Tom Farr The note stared up at Bianca as she held it in her trembling hands. The promise of a romantic getaway sparked the

Sept 12
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My Dream Man

By Maria M. Dewaik I opened my eyes to a stabbing pain in my head. What happened? I look around and don’t see anything familiar. It’s

Sept 12
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Rebecca

By Frederick Fuller I knew her name, Rebecca, our fourth child, another girl. At that moment I also knew she promised a terrible reckoning someday. Her

Sept 12
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The Treasure Within

By Hannah Kay Orf Rachel normally would have knocked but she was too afraid that her pursuer would catch her if she delayed another second. She

Sept 12
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Married to the Church

By Stephen McCutchan David Benedict, pastor of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, could sense the student energy as he entered the hall at the University of Pittsburgh.

Sept 12
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A Hatred of Shadows

By Megan Johnson I hate shadows. It always feels like something is watching me. More than shadows, I hate these new street lights. The city thinks

Sept 12
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A Stroll in the Park

By Rebecca Sponsler Charlotte checked the mirror one last time before leaving her apartment.  She had put on black skinny jeans, her favorite pair of black

Sept 12
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Psychotic Lover

By Ann Borges Michael was lonely; he’d just moved to Seattle for school. He’d dropped out of college four years earlier in Monterey to work at

Sept 12
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Where Do We Go From Here?

By Niried Johanna, set there, staring through the windshield, but what she saw wasn’t real; she just stared into the fantasy, the vision of her

Sept 12
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Cimmyr

By Reneé Madden Lela Iscar, an elderly woman, has set up a bed and breakfast business on the estate on which she lives in Kansas. Running

Sept 12
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Broken Pieces

By Brenda Liz Saldana Kari pushed the swing to go higher, closed her eyes and threw her head back, her legs straight out and she could

Sept 12
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Stuck on Pause

By Roberto Adauto III “So,” the dying man said, “you’re Peter. I’m Andrew Webb. I wish this were…under different…,” he searched for the words, “different…circumstances. I

Sept 12
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Soldiers Make Poor Scouts

By Jerry Wennerstrom The winter rain sliced through the palpable gloom over the mansion. A phone call from Richard Kelvin’s butler requested my presence. Seems his

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