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The Angle

2001

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Lavery, Ann Stanley-Barry Jan 2001

Lavery, Ann Stanley-Barry

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And Yet…, Jessica Secreti Jan 2001

And Yet…, Jessica Secreti

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Fading Sun, Jennifer Enright Jan 2001

Fading Sun, Jennifer Enright

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 2001

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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Utica, Kelly Barnes Jan 2001

Utica, Kelly Barnes

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Chaos, Rhiannon Roof Jan 2001

Chaos, Rhiannon Roof

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Coaster, Kevin Aubrey Jan 2001

Coaster, Kevin Aubrey

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One Regret, Nicole Harris Jan 2001

One Regret, Nicole Harris

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Untitled, Melissa A. Japp Jan 2001

Untitled, Melissa A. Japp

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The Griffin And His Checker Board, Louis Didone Jan 2001

The Griffin And His Checker Board, Louis Didone

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Fair-Weather Friend, Anthony Liccione Jan 2001

Fair-Weather Friend, Anthony Liccione

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Washed Anew, Joella Sweet Jan 2001

Washed Anew, Joella Sweet

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"Her feet are bare and cold; her legs pressed against for body for warmth. Across the field a bit of orange glow pushed its way through the fees, washing the world anew. Another day - but his one is different. The sky warms progressively; she rubs her roughed-up arms and smiles at the red and golden beams hat encourage a sense of relief to enter her being. The sun continues to crawl towards he edge of the tree line, commanding new life to the earth. She feels connected; her ...


Just Like…, Mindae Kadous Jan 2001

Just Like…, Mindae Kadous

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Upon Losing Him, Kelly Barnes Jan 2001

Upon Losing Him, Kelly Barnes

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 2001

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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Medusa's Head, William Panara Jan 2001

Medusa's Head, William Panara

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Living In The Apocalypse, Meg Barboza Jan 2001

Living In The Apocalypse, Meg Barboza

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Silence, Lindsay Shortino Jan 2001

Silence, Lindsay Shortino

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Scarlet Shores, Scott Elliot Jan 2001

Scarlet Shores, Scott Elliot

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Still, Sarah Crimmins Jan 2001

Still, Sarah Crimmins

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"The rain fell in sheets against the house, making the windows rattle. It was one of those nights in November when it was cold, but just hanging on to that last breath of fall. Jane got up from her soft, brown chair to get the fleece blanket that she kept on top of the couch, then settled back into the chair with her book. Before long, the rain lulled her away from her book and into a sound sleep."


A Song For Reconciliation, Mamdouh Alsafadi Jan 2001

A Song For Reconciliation, Mamdouh Alsafadi

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"Far away from the land noises of the vehicles and factories, there lies my peaceful small Syrian village, surrounded by wide green fields. Among these green fields there is a narrow stream of water, which is the source of life for this corner of the world. As the sun rises in the blue sky, it makes the surface of the water glitter like a shimmering stream of silver."


Orb, Melissa M. Slocum Jan 2001

Orb, Melissa M. Slocum

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The Sister Stealer, Lisa Middendorf Jan 2001

The Sister Stealer, Lisa Middendorf

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"I was the last and most anticipated family member to meet him. Of course, they had only known each other since the end of August. I remember the day that she came to do her laundry at the house, the first day I heard her mention him."


Winter, Monica Hopkins Jan 2001

Winter, Monica Hopkins

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Winter Night, Joella Sweet Jan 2001

Winter Night, Joella Sweet

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A Wish Come True, Janelle Owlett Jan 2001

A Wish Come True, Janelle Owlett

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"March 21, 1998. This was the day my whole life changed. Years have passed since this day, but I still hold a vivid picture of my last moment as a normal man. It was a Wednesday, garbage night, and I had endured another awful day of routine. My morning dragged on as I sat through three boring classes. I was unfortunately enough to have to follow this morning with an eight-hour shift at the deli where I had been working for the last year. I had just wanted ...


Full Issue, No Author Jan 2001

Full Issue, No Author

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I Lost My First Child At Eighteen, Ann Stanley-Barry Jan 2001

I Lost My First Child At Eighteen, Ann Stanley-Barry

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Laced, Destini _ Jan 2001

Laced, Destini _

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A Prayer For The Killers, Danny Uebbing Jan 2001

A Prayer For The Killers, Danny Uebbing

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"Like everybody, I have my story. But they all seem so typical already. I mean, with all the guest essayists and headlines and constant news, it seems to me that we've already been at war for a long time."