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Conkers, feathers, snow globes. Then onto stamps, butterflies, coins.
It was only natural for me to progress to larger, more beautiful and precious things. Hard to find, harder to keep. Charlie Swailes writes short and very short stories when not teaching English or looking after her two small boys. Kit hopscotches her age over the trash in the parking lot where her friend was last seen more than a month ago.
Feet wide. Feet together. The happy little jingle is distant at first. An ice-cream truck. A rusted white van with tinted windows. Cecilia Dockins lives in Tennessee and spends most of her time wrangling words and parrots. She is a graduate of the Odyssey Writing Workshop.
For more about Cecilia, check out her website at ceciliadockins.
They fed the talking lawn gnome Burger King in the backseat, he swirling. Half-hour later the radio announced an amber alert—missing two-year-old girl taken while playing in front yard.
She is also a writing instructor at Emerson College, where her students continually remind her of the power of language. Marie lowered her voice to a whisper. He came in the night and had his way, leaving evidence in the trunk. Yet, by popped tire and flipped car, he woke to find her gone. Through the trees he ran, catching fleeting sight of pale gown.
Swallowed by the dark, he found only silence, and her cold embrace. Chris Lawrence spent much of his life traveling, exploring the various cultural facets of American life. With a love for dark fiction, he fancies himself a writer, and hopes to make a profession of it. He currently lives in Georgia with his wife and two sons. Find out more at jchrislawrence.
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Short Story About a Kidnapped Girl