It’s the endweek of the long year, maybe the longest yet, and there is already so much behind us, Reader, that here we wish you just a glimmering growing thing and a shimmering shimmer, Lauren Sanderson’s “KISS ME NOW THE WAR IS OVER“:
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Dear Reader, delight! Today we’re sharing a story from the latest issue, appropriate to a fright-full season — Haley Fedor’s “The Castle“:
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It’s time to play outside, or in the cool damp under the house, wouldn’t you say, dear Reader? Fortunately we have this apropos poem by Rebecca O’Bern for you to read, “Little Lamb“:
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Today’s share comes on a cold, damp spring day, Reader, and it’s a good one, Curtis VanDonkelaar’s [>>] story “Larry and Charlene in Three Acts“:
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Added to the archive today, Kimberly Ann’s poem “Theodicy,” dips into a rough, raw subject, but so jagged it catches every edge just right:
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