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When deprived of sensory input, humans experience miraculous, spiritual things Read more

Short Stories

Three poems by Sue Goyette, excerpted from her book Penelope. Read more

Poetry

Three poems from Tanja Bartel: Dream Job, Unkempt, Inept. Read more

Poetry

Excerpt from Michelle Elrick's Then/Again. Read more

Poetry

Mr. Maillard scared me from the moment he stepped from his red Chevy pickup. He stood six inches shorter than me and weighed sixty pounds less, but exuded tough son-of-a-bitch like cologne. Read more

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Joseph always told me, you belong to Newfoundland. Don’t call yourself a Canadian. You are an islander, despite an Alberta birth certificate. Read more

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"America. 2037. The country is a giant theme park. Cigarettes, alcohol, firearms and professional sports are outlawed." Read more

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"We haven’t slept since Saturday, we’ve been so excited by the arrival of a stranger, an odd sort of city mouse lost in the country." Read more

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From Chalk, winner of the 38th Annual International 3-Day Novel Contest. Read more

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"Nietzsche, for example, thought his pen was a hammer, but he may have been mistaken because German professors rarely did their own carpentry." Read more

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