Breathing Fire

By ​Ed McManis of Denver, Colorado

It was more cute than ferocious, the science teachers agreed, sniggering as they peeked into the basement lab where the 8th graders had barricaded themselves two days before, stacking the desks against the door.

Cut Loose

Alan remembers it oh so well. That terrible morning. Every detail hammered into his brain. Forever. The clear memory nearly destroyed him. Until he found a way to deal with it. Found his safety net in a world of chaos…

Vocation

My daughter-in-law Circe buys three lottery tickets on the first of every month, putting in her birth date—though why the God of Lotteries should think that number lucky for anyone, I do not know. She certainly…

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