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I He was tall, over six feet in height, dark and mustachioed. His shinning bald head mirrored the morning sun. The slum was not a pretty place, it was a ...

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The yoga people at the Govinda camp were gentle and friendly but nervous sometimes. All summer they flew into Helena, jeeped out here into the hilly woods, did ...

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The man squinted against the pelting rain. His head bobbed violently as the front of the Boston Whaler collided with the rough waves. It jarred him to the ...

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I wish she would pull David out of her ears. Bowie’s ‘Velvet Goldmine’ is filtering incessantly from her earphones, and I wonder if anyone will ever hang onto ...

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Arguments with Benjamin had lessened lately. A verbal match was not what Ivy Lovell needed on this warm spring morning. She wished to grace the university with ...

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Ron slipped into another fantasy. This one was familiar to him; but couldn’t remember every detail of it; he felt a sense of familiarity with this world and ...

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Eileen Katherine O’Brien decided finally to go to Wesleyan University, not because it was far enough from home that she would have to board but because there ...

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Letty opened the front door and stepped out into the beautiful morning. The first cool breath of winter caressed her coarse cheek as the brilliant sun warmed ...

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The waitress refills my coffee. It’s five after eight and Karen is late as usual. From my table at Windows on the 107th floor, I have an awesome view of New ...

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“Whatever it is, I’m not interested, sorry.” Narrow face of the ever-green cold caller just visible through the slight gap as the homeowner hinged the front ...

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I didn’t notice my sister had freckles until she was dying. The light brown spots speckled her nose and cheeks, as though someone had shaken a coke can, popped ...

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A tall man, in his mid-twenties, stands at the water’s edge. He is hunched against the wind and the flying spray as waves hit the rocks. It is not yet dark. A ...

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