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THE ASTRONOMER’S HEART: A story by Tihana Skoric

THE ASTRONOMER’S HEART: A story by Tihana Skoric

Today is Saturday, and every Saturday I visit Grandpa Michael at his home in the country. He lives about an hour-and-a-half’s...
June 21, 2015 × 0 comments

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WOLFMOTHER: A story by Tihana Skoric

WOLFMOTHER: A story by Tihana Skoric

It was twilight and the fire was set ablaze with juniper pine logs and sun-dried driftwood, as it had been done for generations...
June 5, 2015 × 0 comments

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A GLOBAL AWAKENING: A short play about the struggles of a modern-day Planet Earth

A GLOBAL AWAKENING: A short play about the struggles of a modern-day Planet Earth

This play was written for and performed as part of the Vedanta 10 Minute Play Festival at the King Street Theatre in Sydney, Australia...
January 12, 2015 × 0 comments

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SUMMER OF ’68: Young, on the heart’s trail

SUMMER OF ’68: Young, on the heart’s trail

Part One: Tunnel 1. Coming back from the lake, we re-entered the St. Louis metro area on St. Charles Rock Road. I was in the back...
December 26, 2014 × 4 comments

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ALTERNATING CURRENT: Sometimes you need to get lost in the flow, before you can be found

ALTERNATING CURRENT: Sometimes you need to get lost in the flow, before you can be found

Part I 1. Odds are, reader, you’ve never had ECT, short for electroconvulsive treatment and colloquially known as shock treatment....
July 25, 2014 × 1 comment

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ANOTHER ORDINARY DAY: Humorous fiction by Max Reif

ANOTHER ORDINARY DAY: Humorous fiction by Max Reif

“Breeeaaaaakkkkkkk-faaaaaaast!!!” Mother’s sweet voice rang throughout the house, and in a little while, Fred...
June 21, 2014 × 0 comments

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A CATHOLIC LOVE STORY: Finding God in both words and silence

A CATHOLIC LOVE STORY: Finding God in both words and silence

Saint Francis statue in Assisi, Italy, in front of the Papal Basilica named in his honour Excerpt from The Love Letters, a fictional...
April 26, 2014 × 1 comment

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SAVED: A story by Erica Roberts

SAVED: A story by Erica Roberts

Part I Peter stood on the cement edge of the bridge, staring at the river swiftly flowing towards him. There wasn’t anyone in...
March 2, 2014 × 2 comments

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POSTHUMOUS WRITER: A story by Erica Roberts

POSTHUMOUS WRITER: A story by Erica Roberts

Eric Bentley stared at his face in the McDonald’s bathroom mirror. Due to the wrinkling of that face, and the thin layer...
January 9, 2014 × 3 comments