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The Booked. Anthology Review 1: “A Pound of Flesh” by Fred Venturini

Up until now, I’ve read a select few stories in this collection. Prior to its completion, I was one of the lucky people to read through some of the submissions, looking for typographical errors and the like. I’ve been singing … Continue reading

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By the Time We Leave Here, We’ll Be Friends – J. David Osborne

Imagine a Siberian gulag, but only if you dare. News of Joseph Stalin’s death has reached the camps despite the continuous import of new prisoners. The plan, albeit risky, is to charge the prisoners as slaves. When the liberating Americans … Continue reading

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