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Untitled
by
Peter Markus

Before he could say that he had a bad taste in his mouth the poison went straight to his heart..



Employees Must Wash Hands Before Returning to Work
by
Robert Swartwood

The blood, he later learned, wasn’t so much the issue as was the Band-Aid.



Borders
by
Randall Brown

All I know about the Borders—the grandmother, the father, mother, Ellie the oldest, Josh and Jack the twins, and Evelyn, the baby—is that one after another they shared their bathwater.



Untitled
by
Nicole Taylor

Without holidays how can we celebrate our dysfunctional family, I said to another dance member.



Pandemic
by
Steven Seighman

As he lay there coughing and flush with fever, Jesse thought back to better, more hopeful days—before the outbreak found its way through humankind—and he smiled one last time.