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Excerpt from Harbour 2 by Lacey Li

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In those days, Lucien regarded Abigail as a Mona-Lisa kind of character, locked inside her portrait with a smile that shifted with the lighting, now glad, now sad, yet always inaccessible.  The picture… Continue reading

Ghost Dreams by Vanessa Allen

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“Do ghosts dream, uncle Jeff?” He sat on the bed next to her, wrapping an arm around her. It warmed Jude like an angel’s wing filled with sunbeams. It was then that she… Continue reading

The High Priestess by Jack Hobbs

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My hours are filled with flies. I try to pray, honest, I do, but they just keep coming. It wouldn’t bother me, its just from where they come. The crucifix, on the wall,… Continue reading

Blowhemian Rhapsody by Lauren Toscano

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The love of my life cost two payments of $29.99. Her name was Bonk Me Bessie. She had blonde synthetic hair that smelled like burnt plastic, inflatable vinyl tits, and big red lips… Continue reading

Because There’s Nothing Better To Do by Olivia Alcabes

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The waves were cold today. She couldn’t remember a day they were colder, except for maybe that Monday, in early March, when she’d tried to go out in the middle of a storm,… Continue reading

Countdown by Olivia Zheng

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You’re counting down from three to two to one, but we’re not at a race–we’re not going to blast off the moment you start to enunciate the “o” in the one, the second… Continue reading

Pins by Claudia Serino

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I like to think of each person’s universe as being supported by pins. Hundreds of little pins carefully selected and placed to support the life you have chosen and help obtain its balance.… Continue reading