Fiction - TETIANA ALEKSINA

April edition, with special concentration on Ukrainian Literature, ...

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FLASH FICTION - Leah Holbrook Sackett

Betty was sobbing deep, panicked sobs. Her index finger and ...

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FICTION - Steve Carr

Thursday before the last weekend in August, hot wind ...

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FICTION - Anshu Choudhry

They had always mesmerised the girls; unlike the airplanes,...

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FICTION - Dave Ludeford

At Least I’ve Still Got the Signed Photo of Ronnie Evans ...

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FICTION - Sean Padraic McCarthy

Bradan Cary pulls over on Bartlett Street and looks up ...

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FLASH FICTION - JEFF COLEMAN

The old man hunched over an antique desk beneath the dim light ...

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FLASH FICTION - Vadym Miroshnychenko

Georges Perec taught me how not to rot in loneliness and ...

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FICTION - ERA.MURUKAN

As Karupiah alias Karp entered the luxury hotel room, he could hear ...

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FICTION - C.F. LINDSEY

I always loved that feeling: the constriction of the GoreTex ...

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FLASH FICTION - JEFF COLEMAN

“Psst, boy.” Adrian glanced toward the alley, where an old man stood

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FICTION - Peter Ngila

That white boy snatched your girlfriend, my grandson. Let me ...

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