Fences by J L Higgs

The July my brother, Jim, turned fourteen and I was still ten, my dad bought a house. It was a small one-story house that had narrow rooms with sharp, tight corners and the yard was compact. In fact, everything about …

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Denial by Phyllis DeMarco

Wrinkle-free face, full lips, veiny hands. Perhaps nobody will notice.

Phyllis DeMarco is a published writer in numerous genres. She has written poetry for children’s magazines, as well as nonfiction articles for parenting magazines. Her story “Freedom” appeared in the July 2020 edition of Potato Soup Journal.  

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