Return, by Tara Campbell

By |December 10th, 2019|Categories: December 2019, fiction|

RETURNby Tara Campbell    Dear Diary,Wow, I can’t believe it’s been five years since my last entry. Well, I guess I have a reason now.Nick went out again. He’s out right now; he got [...]

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Phases of Reparations, by Alissia J.R. Lingaur

By |December 10th, 2019|Categories: December 2019, fiction|

PHASES OF REPARATIONSby Alissia J.R. Lingaur Frielle hadn’t expected blue. Her daughters were still red-headed under-ones. Her lifemate’s lemon locks coiled near dainty ears and onto a pale, unlined forehead. Just the day [...]

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The Thaw

By |December 9th, 2016|Categories: fall 2016, fiction|

For all the talk of warmth and rebirth, spring is a really ugly season. Trails turn to mud pits and roads to rivers as the thaw begins to take hold, and the brown carcasses of what was left at the end of fall begin to reappear. The ground cover is a layer of partially decayed leaves, and all the damage the winter did is slowly revealed.

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The Expedition

By |November 20th, 2015|Categories: fall 2015, fiction|Tags: , , |

"The astronomer had calculated where the planet we were looking for would lay: the “Goldilocks” zone, where the star’s heat would neither be so close that the planet’s water would boil nor so far that it would freeze—the temperature at which life was likely to form."

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