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FICTION: Divine Retribution by Michael Marrotti

When God finally decided to talk back, I pulled up my pants and listened. Some things can wait, self-gratification is one of them. We conversed like long lost friends about the tragedies of life. I had questions, he had answers. It was a life of agony, so I asked God why I’ve been chosen as

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FICTION: Too Big For The Small Press by Michael Marrotti

It’s funny how life works out. After four excruciating years in the small press scene, I was famous. A living, breathing overnight sensation. What’s even funnier is, I can’t attribute my writing to the fame. It was a complete denigration of the art form that awarded me the accolades. You’re shaking your head in disbelief,

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