Tag Archives: Spring 2015

  1. It Comes in Waves

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    September 23, 2019 by The Citron Review

    by Erica S. Arkin   As he rowed out past the breakers, Papa told me fishing would soothe him the …
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  2. The Charcoal Maker

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    September 23, 2019 by The Citron Review

    by Heather Bourbeau   The irony was not lost—the conservationist become charcoal maker. He knew more than anyone the value …
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  3. Garnett, Kansas

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    March 15, 2015 by The Citron Review

    by John McCarthy   The brick settles like teeth without braces and cottonwoods frame the interstate with breath. The sky …
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  4. Kingfisher of Mooselung Pond

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    March 15, 2015 by The Citron Review

    by Z.G. Tomaszewski   To wet the dry rattle in its mouth it plunges into the pond from the dead …
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  5. Two Pieces of Micro Fiction

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    March 15, 2015 by The Citron Review

    by Erica S. Arkin   Burial at Sea The summer after she died, I rented a 28 ft. boat and …
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  6. Et Tu Brutal

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    March 15, 2015 by The Citron Review

    by Ann Stewart McBee    pūnīre akin to poena: penalty, pain Sammie and I were studying vocab, but I kept …
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  7. On Departure

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    March 15, 2015 by The Citron Review

    A note from Heather Luby, Managing Editor    If you do not change direction, you may end up where you …
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  8. Blood Bath

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    March 15, 2015 by The Citron Review

    by Marley Andino   My house sits a city block from the Chesapeake Bay—not the bay of picture books, but …
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  9. Stooped and Sideways

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    March 15, 2015 by The Citron Review

    by Rebecca Bell-Gurwitz   Body as ultimate repression, the fence where neighbors stare from outside in, bringing laughter with their …
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  10. Profession of Faith

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    March 15, 2015 by The Citron Review

    by James Claffey   Begotten:  The split feathers of a redtail hawk nestle in the bottom of a dusty wooden …
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