Category Archives: fiction

  1. SILENCE REIGNS IN THE GARDEN, poetry by Steve Passey

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    January 25, 2021 by Revolution John

    We get high because it feels good. We get high to manage our memories. The high times, they are too …
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  2. ABOVE HUMAN, fiction by Nancy K. Dobson

    January 21, 2021 by Revolution John

    When Lyle Sherman attended a meeting of the Star Seekers, he brought along his list of questions. Lyle liked lists. …
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  3. AWAKE, fiction by Janet Savage

    January 15, 2021 by Revolution John

      My wife dropped the lid of our wedding gift box and gasped. “You remember it, don’t you?” her aged …
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  4. TRIBAL WISDOM, poetry by Larry Smith

    January 11, 2021 by Revolution John

    “We are walking backward into the future. We have to turn around.” — Inuit tribal leader   We run a …
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  5. HIGH SCHOOL REUNION, fiction by Tobi Alfier

    January 8, 2021 by Revolution John

    Years ago, when I was two years younger than everyone in my grade, Tony Almeja sat in front of me …
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  6. DON’T BE AFRAID OF THE LIGHT, fiction by D.S.G. Burke

    January 6, 2021 by Revolution John

    The darkest part of the ocean is not the coldest part. At the deepest deep part of the ocean the …
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  7. LOST AND FOUND, fiction by Stuart Watson

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    December 30, 2020 by Revolution John

    Ben crashed through the back door and slammed the snowshoes onto the kitchen counter. “Check it out. Free snowshoes.” “Free?” …
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  8. THE FIRST HUMAN SACRIFICE, fiction by Joe Giordano

    December 17, 2020 by Revolution John

    The volcano Hurakan smoked, and the noxious gray cloud expanded, covering the mountain like a shroud, poisoning the grass and …
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  9. ARISTOTLE’S AFTERTHOUGHT, fiction by John Waddy Bullion

    December 10, 2020 by Revolution John

    We were at Aristotle’s, waiting for our to-go order, when the woman spotted my father. She was standing on the …
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  10. LET ALONE A FATHER, fiction by Cody Sexton

    December 5, 2020 by Revolution John

    The change was gradual. At first he didn’t want to believe it. But now he was unrecognizable even to himself. …
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