Reichold Street

By Ronald L. Herron

"Reichold Street" is an extremely moving account of a group of boys who come of age during the turbulent 1960's. It begins as a place where young boys played ball in the street but in its later years it was riddled with suicide, thugs and...

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Remembering The Light Through Prosetry

An Integration of Prose and Poetry
By Andrew Petro

In 1955 Andrew Petro faced death; he would never be the same. He ate a light lunch, jumped in to the cold water with a belly flop. As he was swimming he began to cramp in his stomach and groin. He was drowning and gave...

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RAIN

By Leigh K Cunningham

Rain is a three-generation family saga that begins with the Australian Wallin family and their daughters Grace and Helena. Though they were raised in comfort and love made possible by their father’s sawmill dynasty, loss and misfortune soon change the future for the sisters. Grace...

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Red Cloud Pistachios

By David J. Heslop

If you've ever lived in a small town you know the ambiance of such places. Everyone knows everyone else. There is no such thing as a secret. Friends and neighbors are like family. Red Cloud, Arizona was just that sort of town. Twenty years ago, Carla...

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Run For Your Life

By P. B. LaSalle

This story is about a lecture/seminar on alligator attacks. The lecture takes place in the community center of a mobile home park in Florida. Doctor Anthony Lucas is an expert on the topic. A friend of his was killed by an alligator. He has since...