THE GIRL IN THE CAFÉ

Written by Paul Goodrich I hear them whispering the minute she walks in.  A jury of middle-aged women passing a verdict down on what they used to be, or could have been, if it wasn’t for all that botched liposuction and those fucked up Botox injections. This girl is beautiful, stunning.  Not like one of

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Soul’s Work

By Serafina Angeles In the beginning…there was darkness. Frantically packing, thinking about getting the hell out of Jersey, it dawned on me that it had been a few rough days. I asked myself if there was anything left for me here. Feeling suffocated, as if my very life-force was being drained I thought, “I’ll die

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