eFiction Vol. 07 No. 03

eFiction Vol. 07 No. 03



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One Hundred Poems of Kabir – Zara Raheem: A story of everlasting friendship through the harrowing effects of India’s Partition in 1947.

How Old Miss Ida Died – Caitlin Lane: The neighbors already expected unusual behavior from Ida Lovett, but nothing like this.

Type – Giles Rees: Struggling young poet Joshua Wren discovers the long-lost typewriter of his late uncle, notorious British pulp author Desmond Delvington-Drake, with life-changing results in this satirical dark comedy about love, life and poetic justice.

Bottom of the Ninth – Ty Spencer Vossler: Terrible things happen when fathers live baseball dreams vicariously through sons.

The Jersey Devil – Tobias Griffin: “I was at Caffe Trieste on San Pablo, eyeing this girl…”



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