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STORIES VOL. 2
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The Magician and the Snake Charmer The Magician and the Snake CharmerNew
by G. David Schwartz
. . . The magician reached deep inside himself and pulled out a dragon which breathed fire. The snake charmer waved his flute in the air as he laughed...
Going to Get You Home
by Jason Sullivan
... He worries the longer he roostsólistening to the leather chair's nonstop flatulent settlement, gripping the armrests as though he's readying himself for blastoff, for solarization, and staring at the distant office door as though he knows he shouldn't be the one occupying this office ...
Going to Get You Home
The Assistant The Assistant
by G. David Schwartz
. . . She had no understanding about how the government was run. Section chief's get the boot. Assistant sub-deputy directors last forever. This was the reason he was relative happy in his job: because it was secure ...
Zen Cola
by Rob Rosen
She came to my office much the same way as all my patients do: referred by her usual dentist who didn't have the time to deal with such an extreme case. But there was something different about her. Something not quite right. ...
Zen Cola
Harry's Time Harry's Time
by Al Bloom
This time last week he was a healthy thirty-six-year-old married with two kids, and working as a mechanic for Pringle and Fieber's Auto Recovery Service. Now, and for no apparent reason, (doctors are still baffled as to the cause of death,) he's taken up permanent residence in an urn ...
Love and Haight
by Rob Rosen
She crouched down on the floor and once again lifted the slat. The bong was then retrieved and a quick cavity check ensued. The space was empty save for a package wrapped in brown paper and tied with a string. Written in pen on it was: Property of Miss Laura Alexis and Kim's current address ...
Love and Haight
The Rabbit Coop The Rabbit Coop
by G. David Schwartz
I want to take this rabbit coop off your hands. You obvious don't like it. They give you fits. You're annoyed. I'll take it off your hands and keep it until my child is of age to take care of the rabbits, and clean the cages, and enjoy the rabbits ...
A Season Apart
by Glynn Sharpe
Peering out, he looked upon an endless January. The snow, hard as steel, held the Earth fast in its merciless grip. There was no sign of spring, no early thaw this year. He scrapped his finger across the cold glass of the window ...
A Season Apart
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