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Salon Zine: All Fiction

Evangeline Too

By Simon Linington Evangeline called from Mexico City and said what she had to say, “Goodbye Simon.” I’ve heard it before. In front of me

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The Vessel

By Alice Kaltman When Doris saw the swan earrings twinkling in the window of the jewelry store, she became a woman possessed. The kind of

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The Forestiera

By Cynthia Blake Thompson It was winter, nearly carnival time, and I went to Fatebenefratelli to visit Alberto’s father nearly every day. Fatebenefratelli was not

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In the Beginning

By Victoria Brown For their fourth date Aneeta decided to move her relationship with Phillip forward, a step. They’d gone the first night to Vanderbilt,

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Gray Area

By Krista Madsen By twilight, I could organize the time that remains in the way of my wife: maintaining her coupon system on the dining

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Music Heard in Hi-Fi

By Noel Alumit The soundtrack of Maybe Someday was first heard in a small house on Vendome Avenue. It was eventually heard in homes on

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Empty Pockets

By Roof Alexander The first time I met Luke was in the St. Michaels emergency room. He was trying to convince his girlfriend that he

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Be Careful

By William Cass Tim got up early. It was Saturday. The trailer was still. He lifted the corner of the curtain with his finger and

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Revelations

BY MATTHEW CHENEY When I was a child, we lived inside the war.  Our parents went away sometime during the last year, leaving me and

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Death Becomes Us

Requiem for Jimmy The Community Choir of the Community BY TIM KREIDER The news spread quickly that he was gone. And while nobody could deny

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Jen the First

BY BENJAMIN MATVEY Suddenly, there is a scent in my nose that makes everything around me irrelevant: the perfume of the first girl who was

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