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Category: Volume 1, Issue 1 – Fall 2010 – Fiction

Throwing Glass in Stone Houses by Nicholas Brown

The sun was at its highest point, beating down through the thick canopy and sending bright beams every which way. The moist soil made the forest chill, the cold kept in by the same trees that obscured the sky. The hunter followed the sunken footprints with ease, along with other telltale signs that a party [...]

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The Three Lil Pits by Aaron Webner

Once upon a time, there were three little pit bull puppies. Abandoned around the time of their birth, they managed to survive the dangers of the Projects and learned to fend for themselves. However, there was a nasty Pig-faced Man who was always trying to get them. The puppies were smarter, stronger, and faster than [...]

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House for the Holy by Joshua Hays

“You dare accuse us of religion?” –Isaac Asimov, Prelude to Foundation Stumbling his way down the street, the drunk was quite a sight.Drinking his bottle, seeming to ignore his surroundings, he walked past a policeman.The policeman started towards him, then stopped after realizing who he was.The old man felt a hand on his shoulder and looked [...]

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