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A Piece of Driftwood

A receding flood line leaves behind a reminder to a man and woman that it’s okay to let pains of the past heal. New fiction by Jerry Brown. ... More
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How to Become a Great Writer

When published in 1939, Alva Johnston suggested that there was perhaps no greater literary creation within the 20th century than Tarzan, brought to life by Edgar Rice Burroughs, a man who preferred his stories to society. ... More
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Bird, Mother, Son

Trying to connect with his cold and distant mother, a man finds he is left with only one option — and it involves his wife’s new pet bird. New fiction by J.B. Howard ... More
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Saving Grace

In the small town of Rosewood, Billy is known as a hero — but his reputation also bears a dark secret. New short story by John M. Floyd. ... More
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Long Gone

A homeless drifter dodges storms from Mother Nature and his fellow man in pursuit of happiness, or at least a good buzz. New short story by Timothy Tocher. ... More
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Opinion of the Boss

Alyssa Martin is about to make a horrible mistake that could end her publishing career before it even begins. New short story by Jenna Weart. ... More
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Cat People

A resident’s propensity for feeding feral cats upsets a small South Florida condo community. New short story by Marlene Olin. ... More
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Remembering for Grampa

A boy asks his mother to share bedtime stories of her childhood so that he can remember them for his aging grandfather. New short story by Edward A. Dyck. ... More
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Gregory

When a family’s guinea pig gets sick, a mother learns how much the friendship means to her daughter. New short story by Dorothy Rice. ... More
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Queen of First Impressions

When two women realize their Aunt Rose is simply the best at misjudging people based upon first impressions, they decide to use her skill to their advantage in this new humorous short story by Blake Shuart. ... More
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