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Dark Hole, fiction by Rosanne Griffeth

If you mis­step just six inch­es to your right, you will fall right into it. It swirls bright­ly and is fit only for trout to live in. If you do mis­step, you will plunge up to your neck in the … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Rosanne Griffeth's Errid and Delilah, fiction

Some nights, run­ning his rig down High­way 25 through Hot Springs, Errid would go past the brown brick build­ing. He'd glance to see if any lights glowed in the three trail­ers out back, like maybe she still worked there. Maybe … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Sister Hayes Takes Up a Serpent by Rosanne Griffeth

Sis­ter Hayes, she lifts her eyes up to the Lord so hard they roll back. She sings sacred songs and dances, quick-step­ping and jerk­ing as the anoint­ing descends. It descends like a tree a'falling. It falls like a wall of … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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