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One thing I discovered as a young mother is that it takes about two weeks to adjust when life changes. Of course, that’s relatively ..read more
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It was Wills’ idea to cut through the fence. Our neighbors had the same garden as us, but ours just had weeds and cheap sunshine. Theirs ..read more
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When we find the old fruit seller sprawled on his back, face a livid gray, I’m all for following the proper rituals. But Ituani wants to ..read more
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I remember a childhood that didn’t exist. Hot apple pies cooling on park benches. Small toes pressed into scorching white sand. Snowball ..read more
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Flash Fiction Online - Magazine of very .. by Katherine Heath Shaeffer - 2w ago

We buried Mother in a tasteful rosewood cube. I couldn’t stop thinking that she looked like a paperweight. When I got home, I made an ..read more
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For the past twelve months, the author of this column attempted to write from the perspective of the inner mind of a writer as they ..read more
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There is a monster inside you. Created by fear, desperation, and spite, it has saved your life more than once. It is validated by the ..read more
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The Phoenix Corporation complex perches atop a volcanic ridge overlooking the Pacific. Its vari-copper cladding catches the rising sun, ..read more
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Soon as Sobek walks into the laundromat he sees Bastet, flipping magazine pages beneath a “Nile Cruises” poster in the back with that ..read more
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“Hannah, we’re going to be late,” her mother is saying, but not in the real pissed-off way she would have said it before the accident ..read more

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