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Category: Volume 1, Issue 2 – Spring 2011 – Non-Fiction

Memory of the 1996 Civil War by Kabeni Massalay

I remember April 6, 1996, a day that seemed to be very terrifying and hard. I was lying in a very relaxing customized country swing listening to my IPod and watching the wind blow. A minute passed and I heard a gunshot. I saw a man run past and shout, “little boy, what are you [...]

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Lesson Learned by Samuel L. Mullis

Some experiences are remembered all our lives because of the lessons learned. I remember this experience well, though it happened over sixty years ago. We all called Ed June Bug, but I don’t know why. June Bug and I were friends when we were in the first or second grade in school. In those years, [...]

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Freddy by Lauren Peyatt

One of my earliest childhood memories was when I got my first dog, his name was freddy. I was five years old and always grew up with cats and never had a dog. My mother would take me to my neighboors and, let me play with their dogs all the time but, i still wanted [...]

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A Place Called “Heaven” in England by Liza Black

Winner of the RCCC Creative Writing Award for Non-Fiction When I think about the magnificent country side of England, it takes me back down memory lane to our beautiful two-bedroom flat in the heart of Hersham. We spent two wonderful years in this flat as newlyweds.  It still feels like yesterday since we have seen [...]

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