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Eye of the Beholder

My fingers itch.  It’s as if an electric current, a magnetic charge, thrums through them.  Into the razorblade and back again.  How ca...

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Man Tracker

Coquille marshes - Editor by Kevin M. WhiteArthur Bindell eased the '55 panel truck down the narrow mud strip that passed for a road near the Coqui...

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Randall's Clown

Randall Jensen woke up very early today.  Today was his first day of school.  The five year old dressed himself in the clothes that were la...

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It was summertime,1947, and a warm breeze swirled through the neighborhoods caressing old brick homes with white painted porches and radios blasting...

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A Western saloon... - Editor by Coy HallRoth Cadman rode through the drizzling midnight rain towards the livery stable of Trinity Hill. Mud jumped fr...

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Know When to Lie

by David GallingerTwo men sat on opposite sides of a small room.  The table was four feet wide by six feet long, and was lined up perfectly wi...

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The Water Bearer

Death by misadventure - Editor by John F.D. TaffJim was the kind of neighbor who never said too much; a wave when he saw you outside, maybe a few pol...

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A Sleight of Hand

She tips back her head and shakes the canteen over her open mouth, praying for one more drop. One last wet lick. But like yesterday, and this morning...

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