Amber N.: Lol white men bore me

We’re so excited to release today’s share into the world, it’s full of true and truth, it’s Amber N.’s “Lol white men bore me”:

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Sandra Kolankiewicz: Neighborhood Watch

Can we peer into another’s self, their privacy? What could we learn that we do not already guess? Dear reader, let us ask Sandra Kolankiewicz’s “Neighborhood Watch”:

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Joseph Harris: Was It Good for You?

Today’s share thaws a bit, it seeks a bit of sun, it’s Joseph Harris’s story “Was It Good for You?“:

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Virginia Smith Rice: I Meant to Close the Window

Be with those who you’re with, readers, we’re merry this week for sharing one of our 2016 Pushcart nominees’ poem from SC 5.1, Virginia Smith Rice’s “I Meant to Close the Window”:

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