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  • Fiction > Fan Fiction
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    It sat in the middle of the table, an insurmountable obstacle, the final barrier on the path to complete domestic bliss. Its mouth was wide open, inviting. The sticky terrain inside the glass walls had hardened, almost int o a crust. John’s spoon was lodged in it, like a flag on the moon, one smal...
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    She was so glamorous; she floated over the tiles, all shimmer and sequins, her shoes making clack-clack noises as she went. She was there, in a fully present way, and from within her emanated liberty and irresponsibility. Her lips her pillowy and plump; her dress fitted her and turned body shape int...
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    This is us; I’m the taller one, on the left. We’re having an argument, because we want to get married. Her mother doesn’t approve. We bought rings already; she insisted on buying me one, too. This is us; out at a bar, pretending the proposal went well. This is us; slightly tipsy, fillin...
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    I saw her at the Salvation Army today. I don’t know how I expected her to look;maybe a tear-stained face, maybe a red nose, maybe not at all. She saw me and smiled. I smiled back a bit and left the shop. She was alone, while I was in front of her with my own mother. How long has it been? T...
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    I will stare at this blank document, I thought, until I die. My dream was to write a novel so fresh, so original, that I would be an absolute winner for the Pulitzer prize, the nobel prize, and the you’re-set-for-life prize, which sort of goes hand-in-hand with the other two. My problem? ...
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    “…should just ignore it for now?” his voice is hushed, but the girl could still hear it, ear pressed against the crack of the door. She dared not breathe. “maybe that’s best,” agreed his wife. The girl at the door bit down in her lip, and pressed her ear completely flat against ...
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    “that’s one hell of a painter’s canvas,” remarked Heinrich, looking appreciatively at Benito. “I know,” said Benito, grabbing his pink paint and setting to work, “you gotta make it good at this time of year. People get all cynical, you know? It’s cold and they’re not reall...
  • Fiction > Fan Fiction
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    They have a conversation with their eyes long before they speak. “John,” she says finally, a clipped, concise monosyllable, “you have to go back. You need—” She does that intake-of-breath-biting-her-lip-flutter-of-fingers thing she does when she can’t think of a word, “you nee...
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    The winter had somehow arrived, seeping through the peeling paint, the cracks in the window, the door. Everything dried and wilted, including our mother. She spent her days clinging to the moth-eaten blankets in the frigid attic where she sat, rustling the pages of the musty photo albums we locked u...
  • Reviews > TV show reviews
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    Doctor Who is, quite literally, the best show on TV. And there are three main reasons for this,which I will demonstrate: 1. Aliens and monsters. I, for one, dislike and have no tolerance for gory horror movies. I much prefer scary movies of the psychological thriller variety. One thing Doctor Who...
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    A wolf Ryan isn’t trying to be evil. He just sort of…is. He woke up one day with an animal heart and a taste for flesh. It’s not his fault though. He doesn’t identify as a werewolf, because that sounds wrong. He doesn’t identify as anything, because any word that even came close t...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    She reads extensively, but understands nothing of it. She is one of those unique cases where the mind is barely improved by the act. If you ask her what she has read, she will say, “nothing of consequence.” If you ask her to list all the things she has read, you will be surprised to lear...
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    She stands by the chain-link fence, smoking a cigarette. The clouds are grey and bruised with heavy rain. Do I approach? I know my mom would probably want her autograph. I watch her, coolly blowing the smoke from her nose, exhaling slowly, her long nails curled around the butt of it. “You wa...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    The Graveyard was dark. The wind blew through the place, stirring the leaves up from the ground. A lone man stood, silent and watchful by a large tombstone. He stared fixedly at the archway marking the entrance, as if willing it to admit the cool fog hanging outside. Perhaps it yielded to his hard g...

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