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Sep 26, 2016

Essay by Jane McCafferty

Part of me was always glad my mother found a way to cast off the shackles of her ordinary consciousness.

Memoir, Illness, Into Sanity | Read More

Storms of the Circus World

Sep 26, 2016

Essay by Lorri McDole

Which came first, the drugs or the schizophrenia?

Memoir, Illness, Into Sanity | Read More

Stone and Turtle

Sep 12, 2016

Flash Fiction by Bernard Grant

One time I do skip one, but Mamma and Mr. Leon are on the blanket smiling at each other and don’t see.

Flash Fiction, Nature | Read More

Doing Lines

Feb 29, 2016

Essay by William Horwath

Lines don’t come cheap or easy. It just sounds as if they do.

Teaching, Reader's Life | Read More

Lombardi’s on the Bay

Feb 17, 2016

Flash Nonfiction by Lauren Grabowski

It’s moments like these that are as familiar as holding hands or moving in synchronicity under the bed sheets.

Flash Nonfiction | Read More