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Cat Killing, fiction by James Alan Gill

Every time I tell this sto­ry, about me help­ing Char­lie McMas­ter kill a whole pas­sel of cats, peo­ple tend not to believe it.  Maybe it’s that they can’t imag­ine real peo­ple liv­ing this way, and for that I can’t blame … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Birds of Winter, fiction by James Alan Gill

Last night’s span­gles and yesterday’s pearls are the bright morn­ing stars of the bar­room girls.” –Gillian Welch, Bar­room Girls Lit­tle girls don’t dream of grow­ing up to become bar­maids, and Lori Thomp­son was no dif­fer­ent, but now she stands behind the … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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