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Turns, Short Fiction by Ivona Coghlan

Ivona Coghlan's story exposes the child eye view of dysfunction and the moments of realisation.

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.

In the Buried Mansion Short Fiction by Oz Hardwick

Flash fiction that could only have been written by a poet. Suspend belief and just enjoy.

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.

The Night of The Goddess by Sandra Arnold

A mother learns that the greatest gift is allowing her child to live her own life.

Leaving, short fiction by Kathy Prokhovnik

Flash fiction on the theme of taking leave.

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