Monthly Archives: September 2012

That Chocolate You Love, by Dominique Marshall

That Chocolate You Love

Cheryl Brown dropped off her mother at the nursing home on a Sunday afternoon, right after Mass. She’d already confessed the relief felt on being rid of her. She just wanted to know how many Hail Mary she needed to

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Posted in 2012, Fiction, Literary

Dystopian Discourse, by Mike Vidafar

Dystopian Discourse

The dystopian craze is on the verge of becoming an epidemic. Yet while the future is bleak within their pages, there is a tremendous amount of hope to be found in the unsettling future of this widely popular genre. But

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Posted in 2012, Non-Fiction, Op-Ed

Spell Check, by Carol Ayer

Spell Check

The first day, I found the whole thing interesting, even amusing. I plopped down on the couch, grabbed some popcorn from the bowl on the coffee table, and said to my husband, “So, guess what some of the alphabet blocks

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Posted in 2012, Fiction, Horror

Beautiful, by Jay Caselbrig

They said it started in Northern Europe somewhere, though nobody really knows. At first, it was a small footnote article in the web press, but then it spread, grew viral in the media, in the hushed and slightly panicked conversation

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Posted in 2012, Fiction, Science Fiction

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