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We Almost Rejected the Barn But No One Wants To Be

We Almost Rejected the Barn But No One Wants To Be Trolled by Cows. Photo by A. Riding.

About the Cover Artist

A. Riding has performed, taught, exhibited work, and has been hosted by companies in America, Europe and Russia. Publications include Gargoyle Magazine, Atticus Books, Lydia Lunch's Widowspeak, Conjunctions, The Adirondack Review, Tin House, Sex and Guts, etc. Website: www.lostdance.com

FICTION | The Story Writes Itself by Drew A. Carmichael

'Rosewood is the safest district in the county. Seriously, the Chatwit Corporation took a poll. Last week a local TV station filed a news report.'

FLASH FICTION | A Balloon by B. Bisaillon

'Some time during the night, I lost the weight at the end of my string. I wonder how high I can climb before I pop.'

POETRY | Three Poems by W. F. Parent

'Queen of the skies,
Black and gold
Against sky of blue,
Passed over my boat the other day,
With no land in sight.'

FLASH FICTION | Beloved by Amethyst Loscocco

'He slowly walked up the stone path to the door. The dry leaves had been swept into a neat corner of the front yard.'

POETRY | Julia Childs Joins the Witness Protection Program by Allison Thorpe

'The crime is not important.
Let's just say there were too many cooks
with too many sharp knives and Julia saw it all.'

LITERARY JUICE

First published in 2011

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