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Rare Treats, a Flash Fiction by Angelo Lorenzo

Rare Treats

      When my grandfather asked me to buy cigarettes at a local convenience store in front of our house one Saturday afternoon, I remembered what Teacher Gladys taught us in school that week.

      She said cigarette smoking is bad – for the health and for the environment. I was eight when I couldn’t weigh which was worse. I didn’t want anything bad happening to my family, most especially to my grandparents.

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Narrative Nonfiction by Storey Clayton

(black.stilettos Jean Lafitte’s Old Absinthe House – New Orleans, LA. 2010)
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Two poems and a story by Antoine J. Hayes

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