Memorial Day For an Exile
Non-fiction by
Bill Vernon

   My mother was never at home in the flatlands. Her hometown in the hills was like her heart, pulling her back there, then returning...

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Word Adoption
Prose by
Marilyn Hammick

   The last time I was in Dundee the weather was dreak … that’s what everyone kept saying, it’s a dreak day all right, what...

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To the Edge of the Map
Fiction by
Ewan Lawrie

   I have traveled to the edge of the map. Past distant Helleconia itself: my sextant swept the stars for clues, until the sky overhead...

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Virtual Stage
Poem by
Jeff Wimperis

Promised returns as yet unfulfilled I watch, I wait, I wonder A hasty goodbye, now only online You exist, off into the summer Here...

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Spring Cleaning
Poem by
Jordan Wilson-Dalzell

Tiny hands leave muddy streaks against an angry sky: they find the sun I’ve denied.   Her trust redeems the quiet nights when everything...

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Every Single Day
Fiction by
Charmaine T. Davis

  Everybody knows her—the girl in the neighborhood who never plays at her own house. Feet always tramping through somebody else’s yard. Feet chasing us...

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It’s there, not always, where you hope
Poem by
Anthony J. Langford

If things aren’t clear It’s because you’re not looking hard enough The answers are there Or at least The truth Though be prepared to...

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Anchors in People
Poem by
Jeff Wimperis

On a summit of sharp stone, atop slopes of wintry slush, The children of people play as I watch In their midst I belong?...

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Introducing…Paul D. Brazill

Introducing…Paul D. Brazill

  Meet Paul… Paul D. Brazill is the author of Gumshoe and Guns Of Brixton. He was born in England and lives in Poland....

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