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My Short Story "Bowling For Jesus" is published by Connotation Press

My Short Story “Bowling For Jesus” is published by Connotation Press in the April 15th edition.

http://www.connotationpress.com/fiction/2279-michael-gillan-maxwell-fiction

From Meg Tuite, Fiction Editor: “The mid-April issue of Connotation Press is up and exceptional! 65 more words

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The Wardrobe's Best Dressed: Meg Tuite's "The Healer"

FROM “THE HEALER”

I’d been shaking since I was a kid. It felt like thousands of butterflies battling inside my internal organs. I would stop breathing and pretend that I was invisible. 697 more words

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The Wardrobe's Best Dressed: Meg Tuite's "What Was That I Was Searching For"

FROM “WHAT WAS THAT I WAS SEARCHING FOR?”

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Christopher was yelling at me in the street. “Come on, let’s celebrate.” He had a group of males with him and I had just left a known man of gluttonous descent. 757 more words

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The Wardrobe's Best Dressed: Meg Tuite's “Bound By Blue”

An Excerpt From “Bound By Blue”

He stood in front of the mirror in a place where no one could find him. His mother had finally died in some old people’s home his sister had stuck her in. 413 more words

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The Wardrobe's Best Dressed: Meg Tuite's "Family Extravaganza"

An Excerpt From “Family Extravaganza”

“You’re every woman’s fantasy of a volcano. Look at you, baby.” Mom would snuggle up to me and try to drag me up on her lap like I was a Chihuahua in a St. 676 more words

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The Wardrobe's Best Dressed: An Excerpt from Meg Tuite's "Breaking the Code"

An Excerpt from “Breaking the Code”

There is something about an unbroken line that makes me want to rip it apart. All horizontal and level and yet one hit of acid and I detect only ripples, bending, rigorous expansion that doesn’t speak the language of the linear. 502 more words

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