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“Eternity” by Max Devonshire

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. June 10th I saw him again, it was magical. I could hardly keep the tears of joy from welling up. I was so happy to see Bradley again. Our visit was ended by one of the people ...

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“Jinnu” by Meagan J. Meehan

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. The estate was opulent; a palace among mere mansions. Yet to Chelsea Blackbourne it was a miserable prison of boredom and routine; grand yet familiar…and familiarity bred contempt. The manor was evidence of the great wealth and ...

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“Sweet Sorrow” by Jordan Cade Kimmel

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. It had been a year since the country club closed, but no offers had been made on the crumbling mansion.  Rex and I sat on the concrete steps leading up to our rickety porch and watched the ...

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“Murmurs” by Meagan J. Meehan

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. Bridget felt the walls vibrating; they were buzzing along with the floor and the ceiling and her head. The murmurs swarmed around her, whispering suggestions and accusations and scandalous suspicions. It had been like this for weeks; ...

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“The Untimely End of ET-TV” by Joshua L. Hood

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. “Hey, man, I’m like Robin Hood. I rob from the rich and give to the poor, except replace rich with stupid and poor with me – same difference. Doesn’t do me any good to kill my clients, ...

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“Space” by Thomas Farr

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. ‘And all the insects ceased in honor of the moon’—Jack Kerouac, Lonesome Traveler The trajectory’s too high, too wide—everything’s gone wrong, and then some. Kazakov shouts at the mission console and gesticulates manically as though Command can ...

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“The Snowmen” by Lenita Vidaurri

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. The Snowmen Lenita Vidaurri No one knows for sure when the sugar factory showed up in the small town of Brereton, North Dakota. Though on the eve of the first snow fall in 1964, the good townspeople ...

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“The Snow Builders” by Grey Harlowe

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. The Snow Builders Grey Harlowe The snowmen arrived the morning after the first snowfall on October 28th.  A light one, by Brereton standards, just three feet of it, which Victor Harris was grateful for, as it made ...

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“Winter” by Apollonia Taylor

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. Winter Apollonia Taylor What I remember most about the terrible end was the symphony of screams of which I was often a part. I was twelve years old. I had always lived in the big hilltop house ...

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“In the Snow” by Jeffrey Ebright

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The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. In the Snow Jeffrey Ebright Office Memorandum – United States Government   To: Director, FBI   From: Dallas E. Wells, Lead Investigator   The following interview transcript took place on March 15th, 2012 at the Minneapolis office ...

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“The Tiniest Snowmen” by Kerry Ebright

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. XXXXXXXX Kerry Ebright Memories aren’t always something pretty to keep in a scrapbook  Sometimes, they’re things that need to be put in a box and locked up tight, stuffed in the far corner of the attic, and ...

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“My Last Winter” by T.F. Ahmad

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. My Last Winter T.F. Ahmad It was early November when everything changed. I found it apt that my life would take a sudden turn right after the first snowfall of the year. I’ve always associated this event ...

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“Invitation” by Meagan Meehan

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. Invitation Meagan Meehan The sun was setting. Jane watched the glorious colors splay across the sky from where she stood in her antique shop, staring out the dusty window at the world beyond. The sunsets in Brereton, ...

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“The Long Winter” by Samantha Dunworth

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. The Long Winter Samantha Dunworth Aislyn was on her way home from the market when the first snow of the season started to fall. Soft, fat flakes drifted down and began to build up on her car’s ...

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“Merry Misfortune” by Dorian Gray

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. Merry Misfortune Dorian Gray It was early November in my hometown of Brereton, North Dakota. Brereton is a small town of around 845 people, it is right on the border between North Dakota and Minnesota. It’s total ...

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“Wreck the Halls” by Charles Swain

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. Wreck the Halls Charles Swain A series of bizarre events swept the town of Brereton, North Dakota. The town was Leon Maxwell’s ideal place to take a vacation. Not only did he have family in the area, ...

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“Umbra” by Mariko Pratt

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. Umbra Mariko Pratt “Beginning around the first snowfall in early November, people began to find snowmen in their yards, with no idea of who exactly had made them.  At the same time, everyone began to find keys ...

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“The Silver Key” by John Andreini

The following story is the property of the cited author and may not be reproduced in any capacity without their express written consent. The Silver Key John Andreini 1958 A fist pounded impatiently on the front door. Someone yelled, “Let us in, Levi.” Angry men with guns paced in anticipation, and the front porch ached under their weight. Levi sat ...

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