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Fiction, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 When Nicó plaited her pigtails, she drove a dry sprig of broomcorn sorghum, the kind...
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Fiction, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 Sonali’s blouse was stained with large circles of sweat. She was losing her patience in...
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Fiction, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 Manuel Ordero knew exactly the moment he fell in love with his brother’s wife. It...
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Fiction, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 When Charlie Gregg opened the door to see his younger brother Sammy on the other...
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Fiction, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 Last Mother’s Day weekend, I took the girls to the beach. We flipped a coin:...
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Fiction, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 I strap Jessica into her high chair and shout a warning to Tina about the...
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Fiction, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 Everyone called my sister “mentally retarded,” but I knew she was not. Even our mother...
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Fiction, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 Shira twisted her long, chestnut ponytail several times before pinning it to the top of...
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Fiction, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 Mom once told me that every girl remembers the boy who taught her to drive....