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2009

The Angle

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Autumn, Julie Mariuz Jan 2009

Autumn, Julie Mariuz

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Mother Earth And Sun, Shana King Jan 2009

Mother Earth And Sun, Shana King

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You Knew The Odds, Julie Scott Jan 2009

You Knew The Odds, Julie Scott

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Those..., Edyson Julio Jan 2009

Those..., Edyson Julio

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Addiction, Robert Popielarz Jan 2009

Addiction, Robert Popielarz

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Tarnished, Destinee Paynter Jan 2009

Tarnished, Destinee Paynter

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Solitude, Amanda Marchese Jan 2009

Solitude, Amanda Marchese

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More Opposite, Julie Mariuz Jan 2009

More Opposite, Julie Mariuz

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Bathing In Serenty...Soap, Anybody?, Destinee Paynter Jan 2009

Bathing In Serenty...Soap, Anybody?, Destinee Paynter

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War At Sea, Justin Mawhir Jan 2009

War At Sea, Justin Mawhir

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"The sun was warm on our backs as we stepped out of the car and our shoes, and into our lives for the week. The breeze was fresh and sprayed with mist from the ocean. The air was easy and flowing. The only tension on the island could be found on the clothesline where towels of various colors and origins were hanging, waiting to be used. The road was strewn with sand, and the only bare spots that could be seen were where some car from whereabouts unknown ...


2/20/08 10:56 P.M., Elias Van Son Jan 2009

2/20/08 10:56 P.M., Elias Van Son

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A Walk In The Bronx, Edyson Julio Jan 2009

A Walk In The Bronx, Edyson Julio

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1, Kara Drebitko Jan 2009

1, Kara Drebitko

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Ode To The Amoeba, Chris Jesse Jan 2009

Ode To The Amoeba, Chris Jesse

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Boat Shoes, Andrew Wayne Jan 2009

Boat Shoes, Andrew Wayne

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There's Light In The Darkness, Robert Popielarz Jan 2009

There's Light In The Darkness, Robert Popielarz

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Full Issue, No Author Jan 2009

Full Issue, No Author

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Leggende Albanesi, Sidita Kushi Jan 2009

Leggende Albanesi, Sidita Kushi

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Papa, Sarah Christy Jan 2009

Papa, Sarah Christy

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 2009

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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The White Witch, Selena Cochran Jan 2009

The White Witch, Selena Cochran

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" 'Jared, wait,' Shante whimpered. 'Someone could walk in any moment.' 'I thought you liked that sort of thing,' he teased as he suckled her neck and shoulders. 'Jared! I only did that once,' Shante whined. 'Well, they say two's a charm,' he whispered pressing her toned body against the conference room wall. 'No, they don't,' she moaned, sliding her leg up over his bulky frame onto his waist. She grabbed a fistful of his auburn hair, yanking his head backwards. He yelped.'Don't make me ...


He Crowded Her, Sarah Christy Jan 2009

He Crowded Her, Sarah Christy

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Grotesquely Edward, Jamie Lasda Jan 2009

Grotesquely Edward, Jamie Lasda

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St. Lawrence River, Laura Donk Jan 2009

St. Lawrence River, Laura Donk

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"The boat thrust forward under the power of his arms as he pulled back the oars. Smoother, harder, faster as he went. He had no intention of stopping. He was in his own head now. Harder, faster, the oars back and forth, harder, faster. In his own head not seeing, not hearing. The ripples and the waves that he created were crying out to him, "Stop!" The river helplessly cried out for his attention but the river's concerns were not his. Not now."


Conjurations Of The Sacred Traveler, Eric Szewczyk Jan 2009

Conjurations Of The Sacred Traveler, Eric Szewczyk

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Nights' Lights, Tom Jewell Jan 2009

Nights' Lights, Tom Jewell

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Danger, Passion, Selena Cochran Jan 2009

Danger, Passion, Selena Cochran

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"It's much too dangerous to think about passion. Not the chintzy, wussified run-of-the-mill slag kin to the sappy droning of today's lyricists, or the crude rhetoric eternized in tasteless soap operas; not even the sickening popularity of tawdry mantras immortalized on hats and t-shirts. No, not these; but true passion, real passion is like a deep, throaty hunger that kicks and rages at your innards, feeding on your convictions until quenched. It gnaws - bathing the psyche in awes and crippling fears - emasculating sense and logic. Yes ...


The Lighthouse, Katelynn Smith Jan 2009

The Lighthouse, Katelynn Smith

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Tragic, Really, Justin Mawhir Jan 2009

Tragic, Really, Justin Mawhir

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Roots, Sarah Christy Jan 2009

Roots, Sarah Christy

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