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Ghostly Keys – Short Fiction – January 21, 2016

In the silence rusty locks creak as ghostly keys open the cells. Through the dust mote dance in the light a daily life continues.  The shuffling of the slippered women in drab drill smocks shuffle down the corridor out into a hall. … Continue reading

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Golden Winter Sun – Science Fiction – January 7, 2016

  A prison can be many things … and not all prisons can be seen she thought as she walked around her elegantly decorated cell.  The weak golden winter sun beamed off the iced barbed wire just beyond her window, … Continue reading

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