Category Archives: Fiction

Stephen Barber Escape from the Siren’s Lair The ancient who first told the story of Athena’s birth from the skull of Zeus must have had a hangover like this. I may not be the mythic

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Katherine Mazzola Beauty Is Pain             As the straps embedded themselves deeper into my skin, I continued to ask myself why. “Why am I doing this to myself?” The slightest movement would drive the wire

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Jone Thurmond A Mother’s Grief My dear children: Never in my wildest thoughts would I have guessed that your brash, incredible injustice would cut so deeply a wound in my soul. Your actions against your

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Star Dodson Bob I remembered it as if it were yesterday. I was sitting at the table with my arms crossed, and my back slouched in the chair. I was there for some time just

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