Monthly Archives: December 2015

Joseph Grant

One Last Dance By Joseph Grant At the Shady Oaks Hospice, most of the nursing personnel had gone home for the holidays and the convalescent center was unusually light-staffed. Tonight Estelle Harrington murmured to herself with a despondent sigh; after … Continue reading

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Dr. Ralph Monday

Ralph Monday is Associate Professor of English at Roane State Community College in Harriman, TN., and published in over 50 journals. A chapbook, All American Girl and Other Poems, was published in July 2014. A book Lost Houses and American … Continue reading

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Joseph Grant returns.

This story is based on a loss of innocence, as well as a story Joe’s grandmother told him about a swan when she was young and has a surprise ending. It takes place from Oct 1912 to Christmas 1912 and a … Continue reading

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Angel Zapata Returns

Stigma   A woman walking along a canal in Yuma with her 18-month-old twin boys stopped to bat away a bee when her jogging stroller rolled into the flowing water, killing her sons… —Arizona Daily Star   So many labels … Continue reading

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