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Never Alone

Original Fiction by

Mark F. Geatches

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John Grey | Poetry

Middlebury October

Trip from One Home to the Other

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Delwyn's Feather - Short Story by Patricia Crisafulli

Delwyn’s Feather

Holiday fiction by

Patricia Crisafulli

S now sugared the lawn and whitened the balsam wreathes at the twin bay windows flanking the front door painted red as holly berries. Lacy flakes drifted to earth, one tethering itself to the sleeve of the old black wool jacket that Delwyn Edward Morgan wore.

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The Roar of the Elephant

Fiction by

Linda Breeden

L ife happens and then it just stops. The “happens” part, with all the starts and pauses, joys and disappointments, make up modern family life. My family consisted of my parents, my son and his wife, and my precocious granddaughter. The modern label is the “club-sandwich” generation; here, in the South, we just call it family. Life, too, is full of obvious truths that in any family are either ignored or unaddressed. It’s called “the elephant in the room.”

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