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  1. Boredom and Malaise, fiction by Rod Dixon

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    September 12, 2015 by RJ

    It is sunny the day Joe takes Terrie to the abortion clinic. The mid-morning sky is deep blues and whites. …
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  2. Empathy, by Donora Rihn

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    September 9, 2015 by RJ

      after Jeffrey Dahmer   You would not have eaten me. I would have seen the Ohio in you, how …
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  3. The Practice of Intensity: An Interview with Charles Dodd White

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    September 6, 2015 by RJ

    There’s something to be said for a writer who can edit as well as pen a good story. Whatever that …
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  4. Brain and Crows, fiction by Garret Schuelke

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    September 6, 2015 by RJ

      I forgot to get the beer. I looked around for store, and saw Madison’s Community Bar behind me. I …
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  5. Black Doom of Option, fiction by Garret Schuekle

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    September 6, 2015 by RJ

        “There’s nothing that can be done?” Imogene asked.   “Nope. He wants us out by Sunday afternoon.”   …
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  6. I WROTE THIS BOOK ONE TIME, MAYBE YOU’VE HEARD OF IT, BUT PROBABLY NOT, BECAUSE NOBODY READ IT, INCLUDING MY FATHER. I CALLED IT BEND WITH THE KNEES & OTHER LOVE ADVICE FROM MY FATHER. HA! GET IT?, fiction by Benjamin Drevlow

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    September 6, 2015 by RJ

      Here’s an image: Yours truly six feet tall, but probably closer to five eleven these days, three hundred and …
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  7. In Memoriam, Wes Craven by GB

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    September 6, 2015 by RJ

      While in jail, I read Wes Craven’s novel, Fountain Society. My parents sent it to me with some other …
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  8. An Interview with Greg Barth by Rusty Barnes

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    August 29, 2015 by RJ

    I know how important Selena’s Appalachian background is important to her and to the story. Does that follow for you …
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  9. Nights in Paradise, fiction by Rusty Barnes

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    August 29, 2015 by RJ

        Before Paradise   Like Krakatoa—Kilauea—Vesuvius—Mr. McGurk said as he turned to Helen, his lips like red rash. He …
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  10. Thefts, flash fiction by Andrew Stancek

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    August 29, 2015 by RJ

      The first time Lojzik brought home a stolen apple, his father thrashed him with a belt – then devoured …
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