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“Put it Right” by Murray Dunlap

[For Bob and Ellen Gentle, and everyone at Panini Pete’s who helped me put it right.] The easy thing to do was to take the little bits of clarity from Rob’s slurry words and nod and move along. His slur … Continue reading

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Issue #9, November-December 2011

Table of Contents, Issue #9 Editor’s Note Fiction “The Helter Skelter War” by Leland Pitts-Gonzalez “Blow, Satchmo, Blow Part I: The E Train” by Melissa Bobe “Put it Right” by Murray Dunlap “Edge” by Sheila Lamb Plays “Certain Unexplainable Events” … Continue reading

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“This Is Mardi Gras” by Murray Dunlap

We fly in first-class on Piggy Bank’s dime, arriving at eight o’clock on Friday morning. The limousine driver with chestnut skin holds up a sign with our names on it. We drink single malt scotch from crystal glasses as New … Continue reading

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Issue #4, March 2011

Table of Contents, Issue #4 Editor’s Note Fiction “Treasure” by Murray Dunlap “Serial Killers” by Melissa Studdard Poetry “Recycled” by Kenneth P. Gurney “Mentality” by Kenneth P. Gurney “Deeper Shade of Red” by Kenneth P. Gurney “Writing Life” by Howie Good “The Butterfly Garden of Absinthe” … Continue reading

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“Treasure” by Murray Dunlap

The box was hot and rusted. I turned it over in my hands, the iron hinges squealing, the fragile flakes of rust chipping off and spiraling to the soil. I looked inside, and, nesting cozy with folds of preserved silk … Continue reading

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