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Happy² Pure Slush Vol. 15 By Pure Slush
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Stories, poems & essays on 'happy' by B. Kursheed, C. Bierschenk, A. J. Wills, T. M. McDade, L. Tyrrell, R. S. Rosenthal, J. Chronister, Em König, K. McDonald, S. D. Kaluza, N. Ghosh, K.... More > Christianson, R. Beveridge, C. W. Campbell, J. Lambremont Sr, J. E. Cricelli, R. Blum, L. Stice, J. Herold, P. Nieuwland, S. Guthrie, S. Pal, L. Marques, J. S. Battle, A. Robertson, M. J. Porter, M. Serafimova, J. Grey, M. Christmas, JP Lundstrom, D. K. Campbell, M. Hudson, E. Reilly, C. Leslie-Bole, C. P. Palmer, I. Buckler, L. Kuntz, L. N. McLaughlin, KR Rosman, M. Harrison, L. Kohler, K. Hemmings, W. Giersbach, T. Philippart, R. Z. Deming, H. van Didden, A. Grenfell, A. Black, K. Mahony, R. Scotellaro, J. Kiesow, J Bradley, M. Quigley, M. Waseme, P. Lingard, E. M. Stormo, S. Hughes, P. Pulma Jr, B. Obiri-Asare, R. Walker, S. Carr, M. Webb, DS Levy, T. Fegan, J. Jagoda, E. Bruce, M. Baer, M. Govier, C. McLeod, M. DeVirgiliis, W. Scheer, P. Beckman & G. J. Mintz< Less
Daeva - Corporate Culture (Book One) By The Professor
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Danny HATES Mike...the new hire in the office! Not only does Mike seem to dominate Danny in the work place, but he also seems to have the women in the office under his spell. Mike’s presence in... More > the corporate environment seems to be throwing everyone off. Danny is not sure, but there seem to be many new sexy female employees. Danny decides to have a man-to-man dinner with Mike, but he finds himself oddly attracted to his male co-worker. The dinner goes south as Danny starts to change...becoming a hot young female! Mike leads him to his new apartment, where Danny, now Danielle, gives in to his charms. Now fully female, Danielle's new position is secretary, and his new personality seems to be flirt. Can Danielle overcome Mike’s power? Or will SHE become Mike’s new girlfriend!? Over 50 pages Written by the acclaimed TG author The Professor and with 10 Illustrations by the renowned The Might Fenek. BOOK ONE OF THREE Adult subject matter< Less
The Gateway Review By Volume 4 Issue 1
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The newest issue of The Gateway Review features our fabulist flash fiction contest winners, as well as our first ever selections of surrealist poetry, along with fiction by Kristen Figgins, Seth... More > Wade, Lucas Ege Mautner, and more!< Less
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The International Genocide By Josiah Ingegneri
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At the beginning of the book, Alex Jiang and his wife pass away simultaneously after Alex delivers his firstborn child. Alex passes away from cerebral hemorrhaging after he failed to follow the... More > orders of a mysterious voice. The Jiang child is placed in an orphanage where he would spend his first six months of life before being adopted by an entrepreneurial young couple, the Shao’s. His new parents name the young boy Agni. As Agni grows up, he begins to act out violently. The book explores what leads Agni to committing these heinous acts and their connection to his biological father’s strange fate.< Less
Me and Mr. Jiggs By John Digby
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John Digby’s fourteen tales in Me and Mr Jiggs are riveting, risqué, and hilarious. The setting is the bombed-out London that Digby had known as a child growing up in the aftermath of... More > World War II. These tales are told in Cockney rhyming slang, which gives the writing a unique verve, freshness, and charm. Mr. Jiggs, the silent friend of the narrator, paradoxically prompts the telling of scandalous anecdotes about people passing by. Despite the unique place and time, the experiences are timeless expressions of human nature. Digby’s stories are seductive; they lure you into an enticing world where at every turn the marvelous is revealed through seemingly ordinary lives.< Less
The Poets and the Assassin By Reza Jalali
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The Poets and The Assassins offers a historic and contemporary insight into the plight of women in Iran, a society shrouded in mystery, by challenging our assumption about a land that was once home... More > to the rich Persian civilization. Iranian women, covered under the traditional chador, the portable walls that segregates them from the public, unseen, anonymous but restless and eloquent, have continued their fight for gender equity. The play portrays the Iranian women’s struggle against religious and cultural tyranny while countering stereotypes about Muslim women. A myth-buster, the play unveils the complex lives of Iranian women caught in the battle of traditionalism and modernity while challenging our assumption about them.< Less
The Defiance Of Reiko Murata By Allen Wittenborn
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Reiko Murata is shocked and dismayed when she receives a haiku poem from her late husband, an admiral in the Japanese Imperial Navy, suggesting she follow his example in committing seppuku, ritual... More > suicide, an appeal she strongly resists. It’s 1947, and Reiko lives a solitary and uneventful life. As she grieves his death, and struggles to deal with her loneliness, she feels torn between her desire for autonomy and the rigid customs that define Japanese society. In her search, she encounters a younger man, Akira Kusano. They begin an affair, but she is wary of a deeper relationship, especially when she discovers he is connected to the yakuza. She’s drawn into the crime syndicate’s orbit when Akira introduces her to Kazuo Fujita, the yakuza godfather. Despite her misgivings and warnings from Akira, she begins working with Fujita, and finds herself at the center of a mystery involving secret maps to a hidden fortune called Golden Lily.< Less
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Nine tales from Affinities By Kim Stafford
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This book holds nine tales from Le Maison des Vagabonds in Paris, a collection of stories composed as letters, confessions, and testimony seeking connection. As the Afterword explains, the stories... More > are written to explore a particular form of fiction: the impelled monologue. The book is thus both a work of literature, and a demonstration of a way of writing stories sourced in the indelible memory of the writer, with assistance from the habits of intensity of the tellers who voice their improvisational discoveries for you.< Less
The Undercurrent By T.A. Sankar
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It is 1988 as Dr. Paul Karan prepares to travel from Trinidad to Washington, DC, for a job interview. After he boards the plane, Paul senses something is amiss but settles in for the long flight.... More > When a man seated next to him clutches his chest, Paul tends to him as the plane reroutes to Caracas. But what Paul does not know is that fate has just intervened and transformed his life forever. When the plane lands, uniformed officers wrongly arrest Paul for smuggling drugs. Although he denies involvement, Paul is interrogated and thrown into prison. After he is slowly tortured, Paul is offered a deal to treat AIDS patients by day and supply the drugs that contribute to their decline by night. As he ascends to become a cartel leader, his double life becomes unbearable. Can he and his family escape alive or will his past return to haunt him? The Undercurrent is the thrilling tale of a doctor’s quest to reject his new and unwanted destiny as a drug smuggler.< Less
Pipe Dreams By Alan Joscelyn
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So this Irishman walks into a bar. No joke. The bar happens to be The Club, a hole-in-the-wall bar owned by Helena lawyer Miles Patrick on old Last Chance Gulch. Despite an unexpected welcome... More > from Cabo, The Club's resident cat, the Irishman persuades Miles to travel to Sneem, in southwestern Ireland, where Miles has become the owner of an old manor house, for the annual celebration of an ancient Celtic festival. Miles' arrival in Ireland draws him into a deadly intrigue involving an artifact whose origins are lost in antiquity, and confronts him with the compromising history of his own Irish ancestors.< Less
Upon a Moonlight Serenade A Collection By Gabriel Faraci
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Our lives are filled with unique short stories. Each day has the capacity to unlock various experiences ripe for documentation and further examination. In this collection of stories, the author... More > introduces you to the lives of three fictitious men all plagued with similar attributes. From the decrepit apartments of Shanty Town, to the heartbroken unable to escape his past, and finally through a maze of mysterious hallways leading to unmistakable madness. The experiences of these men have been documented, the last step is to sit down and examine them for yourselves.< Less
Real Women Have Horns By Nancy Tapp
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Real Women Have Horns is short story about a very big subject. After painting her first buffalo Nancy discovers that female buffalo lead and manage their herds. Zena, the spirit of a buffalo killed... More > in the great massacre, comes through the paintings’ portal. As told to Nancy she offers thousands of years of Bison Wisdom for women seeking inner strength, balance and leadership position in pursuit of a healthy, sustainable for future generations.< Less
Gulag 401(k): Tales of a Modern Prisoner By Richard A. Marin
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“The author writes with a storyteller’s eye; his tales are rich in detail, his observations are noteworthy, and his prose is often filled with wry humor. The pictures he paints of... More > colorful personalities are endlessly appealing. An insightful, often funny account of a man who follows a fiscally rewarding path but knows that life’s meaning involves more than money.” – Kirkus Reviews In this book, the author recalls his career and explores how to afford retiring while also coping with the existential crisis that so often goes along with leaving a job that’s defined you. Drawing on his career and personal experiences preparing for retirement, he reveals how the prospect of retirement compels us to ponder what to do with our time and often requires us to find a new identity. Join the author as he rises up the ranks of banking and finance, helps people navigate financial challenges, and shares how to avoid the retirement-saving missteps and mistakes made by so many others in Gulag 401k.< Less
Gulag 401(k): Tales of a Modern Prisoner By Richard A. Marin
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“The author writes with a storyteller’s eye; his tales are rich in detail, his observations are noteworthy, and his prose is often filled with wry humor. The pictures he paints of... More > colorful personalities are endlessly appealing. An insightful, often funny account of a man who follows a fiscally rewarding path but knows that life’s meaning involves more than money.” – Kirkus Reviews In this book, the author recalls his career and explores how to afford retiring while also coping with the existential crisis that so often goes along with leaving a job that’s defined you. Drawing on his career and personal experiences preparing for retirement, he reveals how the prospect of retirement compels us to ponder what to do with our time and often requires us to find a new identity. Join the author as he rises up the ranks of banking and finance, helps people navigate financial challenges, and shares how to avoid the retirement-saving missteps and mistakes made by so many others in Gulag 401k.< Less
The Velma Stories By Pat Wakeley
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Born in 1911 and living well into the 1990s, Velma is a twentieth-century woman. She lived a charmed childhood, but love and marriage brought unexpected challenges: her husband, her children, her... More > dreams. Slowly, as she struggled to find and assert her true self, Velma’s life grew fuller and happier. The Velma Stories illuminate key points in Velma’s life from 1923 to 1996. Some of the fourteen stories are told in her own voice. Others feature the voices of family and friends. All are very loosely based, on the life of the author's stepmother—together the stories follow the arc of a real woman’s life. Velma’s struggle, though very much her own, also suggests the lives of many women of her generation: middle class, mid-century, middle-aged, mid-continental, but still individual, still themselves. Altogether, The Velma Stories offer a sympathetic portrayal of women who have too often been caricatured. Velma deserves better.< Less
Sweet Bread By Dan Souder
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For admirers of literature, humor, philosophy, experiments, essays, and tracts all together in one delightful read.
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The House of Mama Orprah By Fanny FM
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It was a monstrous day for Micah, she was caught in the devil’s hem after running away from his agent and escaping from the devil would only take her to the worst condemnation. From a remote... More > village in Africa, Micah is forced by her parents to marry an old fat and hairy man for financial welfare. Her days of gruesome unhappiness journeys her into the arms of a lover who helps her escape to America. This story follows through her sad teenage emotional moments to terrifying experiences in the hands of an American Pimp. What unfolds to usher her in the awakening of self-realization is a dismay as her only gratitude is to journey and visit The House of Mama Orprah< Less
Colter's West Wind By Christopher B. Hodges
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Colter’s West Wind tells the story of John Colter who was a member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition and an explorer and fur trapper in the Rocky Mountains. Colter’s humble beginnings on... More > the Kentucky frontier were followed by years of exploring the newly acquired Louisiana Territory and bringing commerce into the area. Colter found himself in the cross currents of British and American interests and the geopolitical struggles of the indigenous people who inhabited the area. While much mystery still surrounds much of Colter’s life, Colter’s West Wind builds a narrative on what is known about him and how a humble Kentuckian became part of history.< Less
Probity Postponed By James Hanoian
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The true story behind the scenes of Shakespeare's most famous play, Hamlet, told from the perspective of the friend, scholar, and Antique Roman, Horatio.
Sinners, Saints, and Scratch Tickets By Gina D'Agosta
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When David Robins leaves his family one day without explanation in a small town where everyone knows everyone's business, no one seems to have any answers for his wife, Jean or his two daughters,... More > Alison and Sarah. What do a pastor, police officer, and ex-convict have in common? They hold the key to solving the mystery of David's disappearance. But only Alison seems to care anymore. So what's a girl with not a single clue to do, hire a hit man, of course.< Less
Secrets of The Bending Grove By N. Maria Kwami
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SHIKA AMENYO, a sensitive, inhibited woman from a respectable family, discovers that her cousin, SEFA GAMELI, has been keeping a terrible secret that is killing him. She embarks with him on a journey... More > that is replete with shocking family scandals, betrayal and deep loss, but also restitution. Shika's friends — MIYO, a fragile, unreachable soul, and SWEETIE, a shrewd spitfire on a mission — buttress her with much-needed support. The resilience of these three women comes from mastering the survival traits of the grove. They are bound by painful secrets from childhood that drive their relationships with the men in their lives: a pragmatist whose generosity will touch many women; a traitor hiding behind a priest's collar; an ambitious man living a lie in order to secure his career; and a green-eyed wanderer who must allow himself to be tamed if he is to obtain the one thing he desires from this foreign land.< Less