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Category: Volume 2, Issue 1 – Fall 2011 – Fiction

When Deer Frolic by Asha Torruellas

Bethani We don’t have a physical home, like a house. The forest is our home. We’ve lived here for awhile on this island. It’s a big enough island to be considered a labyrinth with all the forest and everything. Elizabeth and I are out and about, taking a walk. I can hear voices echoing off [...]

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5:25 Wake Up Call by C. Nicole Burgin

“5:25 Wake-up call, 5:25 wake-up call. We got a full breakfast this mornin’ and the last one, might not get none.” Willie was a big African American guy, and his voice was no smaller. His beady eyes seemed not to have any affection left from staying up all night babysitting us, as the staff had [...]

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