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IN THIS ISSUE:

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ARTICLES

  "Allegory Asks Published Authors:
  Why Do You Write?"
      by Ty Drago

FICTION

  "Deathdate"
      by Tom Howard

  "Thusia"
      by Zakiya N. Jamal

  "Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc"
       by Deborah Sheldon

  "Guilty"
      by Tom Vaine


  "Checkout"
      by David Snyder


  "Andi's Birthday"
      by Lisa Timpf

  "The Closet"
      by William Quincy Belle

  "How to Hear the Desert and Other"
  Things I Learned from Ghosts"
      by Chase Wynn

  "The Queue "
      by William Squirrell

  "A Tree Grows in Hell"
      Michael Owens

  "The Caretaker"
      by Derrick Boden

  "Blitzen"
      by David Draper

STAFF SHOWCASE
"Novel Preview: THE UNDERTAKERS: END OF THE WORLD"
      by Ty Drago

  "Novelette Preview: THE WRITING
      CLASS"
      by Kelly Ferjutz


  "Novel Preview: CRYSTAL ILLUSIONS"
      by J.E. Taylor

  "Novel Preview: THAT ROOM AT
      ARDENWYCKE"
      by Kelly Ferjutz

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