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Haus des Meeres, Short Fiction by Antony Osgood

Antony Osgood writes full time, and is completing his second novel.

Geneva Brodie by William Kitcher

Short fiction that goes to the heart of author ego.

Carousel, Short Fiction by Helen Campbell

“Terrible shame about Marianne,” my mother says out of the blue.  “What do you mean?”...

The Jumpers, Short Fiction by Delia Pring

Delia Pring's compelling short story takes us into the fragmented world of mental illness

IF THE MEN PUSH YOU, short fiction by Sid Walls

When Ella tells me what men want I think, not Alan. Alan wants magic eyes, he tells me they will be made of glass and have stars on them

The Fairy Godmothers by Ann Erskine

Ann Erskine's short fiction explores the bonds of sisterhood and loyalty.

Big Man’ Fiction by Thad Rutkowski

Thad Rutkowski's fiction piece on the theme of conflict and what it stems from.

Precious Cargo, fiction by Clare Morris

Wonderfully researched Flash fiction by Clare Morris.

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Emma Lee reviews ‘Mojave in July’ by Angela M. Brommel, former contributor to The Blue Nib

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In this beautifully written story, Patrick Nevins' protagonist faces a past that might easily overwhelm her.

4 Poems by Brian Johnstone

Johnstone uses the architecture of history and nostalgia to interrogate the trust we place in our eyes and ears. Vowel by consonant his poetry reveals a passion for language that captures light and reflects life.

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Alison Frank reminds us that, however spotless our record, we all quail a little while waiting in line at passport control.

Police State by Don Krieger

Don Krieger's careful interrogation of the data is unsettling in its pursuit of truth.

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Emerging Author, Leo Lazarus's humorous flash fiction ponders the frustration of the mating game from behind a mask.
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