Issue 4.3

Svidrigaylov’s Dream

By Gregory J. Wolos

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Gettysburg

By Jennifer Blair

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The Fish

By Jennifer Blair

has a question mark snagged

in her lip. She has to breathe

and feed and kiss around it.

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Visitor

By Jennifer Blair

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If a Tree Falls

By Sondra Friedman

Chlorosis killed the red maple that grew behind Nathan Sandy’s house for twenty-five years.  Professionals came with machinery and ripped into its trunk.  Winter air filled Nathan’s lungs as he peered out the back door, stunned to see how fast the tree fell.  They offered to chop it into firewood.   Nathan refused.

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In a Catastrophic Room. Beyond Despair.

By A.J. Huffman

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Toward the Ancient Light

By Robert S. King

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Why I Bought a Truck

By Robert S. King

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Blues from a Gun, Chapter Nine: How It Ends

By Bryan Pedersen

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A Frozen Meditation

By Jeff Neidt

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