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Moving Out And Moving On

Short Story Claire taped the cardboard box shut and sighed. She stood up, wiping a bead of sweat from under her headband as she admired her handiwork. Her small studio apartment was completely empty,...

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The Loser

Short Story We called him Old Man Jim. He called himself a loser. He was around fifty. Short and round with skinny, unstable legs. He walked funny and his hands shook a little when...

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Mute

Short Story I feel different lately. It feels like I never have time. I’ve always been busy, but I’ve always been productive. I don’t think the same anymore. I used to always have new...

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The Lighthouse

I woke with the dawn that morning. The sunlight fell in through the window and it was moments before I realized where I was. The bed was as hard as frozen hay beneath me....

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The Story of To

Short Story   Winston stopped and turned to the three new correctional officers. “Alright guys, that concludes orientation. Your lunch is at noon, and you’re on your own now.” The three young men looked...

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Passing

Short Story I don’t see you a lot anymore. Well, I see you, but you always have those sunglasses on that make you look like everyone else. We only say a few words to...

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Barton Orchard Experience

A smooth trip to Barton Orchard in Poughquag, NY—until the last 2 miles. A long, stop-and-go line of traffic behind an inspecting sheriff at a T-junction stalls our progress before our last turn. Summer-esque...