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Pride | Fiction

Pride | Fiction

Yes, we have killed people, and they deserved it. We’re poacher hunters, from Frankfort, Kentucky, moved to Africa to work alongside the Big Game Protection Agency. They gave us a gun, a uniform,a four-by-four, and a target. We camp in the desert, crammed in tents....
Stink | Fiction

Stink | Fiction

Atlanta Writers Club Presents… The Terry Kay Prize for Fiction Winner: Albert Norton, Jr.   Stink   The smell started with me. I noticed it first on the subway, though it wasn’t so unusual at that moment. The smell, I mean: human perspiration....
Illegal Mickey | Visual Art

Illegal Mickey | Visual Art

Illegal Mickey This is a metaphor for all those people who have come to the United States in an irregular way and who through time have contributed greatly to the development of the nation. Hector Ledesma’s art is influenced by western culture fused with...
Intruders | Fiction

Intruders | Fiction

She felt the draft as soon as her husband opened the front door. Hot air whirred through the ducts, the ticking sound they’d worried about even louder than usual, over-matched by a cold blast that continued even with the door closed. The foyer felt almost as frigid as...
Opacity: Part Two | Fiction

Opacity: Part Two | Fiction

T.W. Emotional and sexual abuse **Click here to read Part 1** “Yes, I’m sorry, I was trying to figure that out, princess. If I could turn down the light maybe I’d be able to see you.” She took her hands and steadied their frantic dance by using them to lock his face...

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