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  THE KISS
shazia omar
Sonali grimaced as her aunt labored away on the topic of marriage. “It’s too late, you should have listened to me ten years ago, na?” she probed.
Short Story - Fiction
 
 
  SEDUCTION
razia s khan
The chimes of bells wafted over the narrow winding lanes of Aga Sadeque Road, slinking into houses soporific in the mid-afternoon heat. The notes snaked their way to the dark ...
Short Story - Fiction
 
 
  THE TYRANNIES
matt leibel
The beauty of being a tyrant, the Tyrant thought, was that he wasn’t subject to Judgment. Still, he wanted to know how he might be judged, were he to be judged, so he hired a distinguished commission of Learned Judges for the task.
Short Story - Fiction
 
 
 
was published in November 2018
 
 
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highlighted articles
 
DOORS CHUN JINN
Reema pulled the heavy door behind her, closing off the steaming kitchen and ...
 
THERE IS A LIZARD ON THIS BUS
Weary, at the end of your day, you enter an evening bus. You attach seamlessly ...
 
SHOOTING AT SHARKS
In the summer of 1966 we went by ship from East Pakistan to West Pakistan. We ...
 
 
 
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