Monthly Archives: September 2016

FICTION: Eternity By Robert Petyo

September 28, 2016
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Petyo

The day her husband died Cheryl stopped attending the non-denominational services that were held twice a week at the nursing home. She never missed them over the eight months that she had been housed there, so Jeffrey noted her absence. While visiting residents at the home he had taken an interest in her case,...

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FICTION: A Kindness by Max Sheridan

September 12, 2016
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The late-October wind blew shadows down the canyons of empty office buildings and dead lamp-lit streets. Barr checked his phone. Eight o’clock. Late for dinner again. He gave Deborah a quick call, telling her she should go ahead and eat without him, and left the practice by the front door. The Audi was in...

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