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Category: 2019 Fiction


Church by Cory Williams Jack sat in the third row on the far-left side of the sanctuary. Fourth seat, the same seat, he occupied every…

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La Casita

La Casita by Megan Brillhart             Sam walked into the kitchen ready to clock in for the day. He picked up his almost full-time card…

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Heat Lightning

Heat Lightning by Jocelyn Whitney Oklahomans need at least two porches: one with deep shelter to watch the storms roll through, spraying you like the…

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Waking Up

Waking Up by Eric Tackett I followed the long scar of earth left by the now overturned SUV. Nearing the front of the vehicle, the…

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Third Place Prose Winner Cobh by Emily Forrest After two days in the city, everything outside of it feels fresh. I look out the window…

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Second Place Prose Winner Panoptico by Dustin Springer Elroy hadn’t shaved in three weeks and four days or had a hair cut in eight months.…

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