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portrait One on One

James Grady

Issue No. 183 ~ August, 2012

James Grady (http://www.jamesgrady.net/) is the author of several thriller novels, screenplays, articles, and over a dozen critically acclaimed thrillers, including his best known novel, Six Days of the Condor, which was adapted into the classic film Three Days of the Condor, staring Robert Redford and Faye Dunaway.

Sean Watson

Issue No. 183 ~ August, 2012

Born and raised in North Carolina, Sean has traveled far and wide while still maintaining his passion for photography. Sean specializes in fashion-inspired-portraiture, balancing his love for creating with his full time job in the corporate creative realm.

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A Twisted Ankle Tale

Issue No. 183 ~ August, 2012

My brother was injured on his part-time job, and as a result, couldn't perform what was required for his permanent job, but it came down to "So what?" and "Tough luck" -- you are not entitled to compensation.

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You are Unique

Issue No. 183 ~ August, 2012

She glanced back at her white board. That same feeling that had begun to plague her recently was happening again. Lately, instead of scribbling Greek symbols on her board, erasing a line and replacing it with an improved version, she would just stand back and look, her hands on her hips, trying to see the sense in what she was doing.

19th & Minnesota

Issue No. 183 ~ August, 2012

The grandfather had been told by his son there was a park within walking distance. Passing from not-q to not-p on the ultimate, changeless pavement, losing words and judgment in stillness and in movement, what he had taken in were the sounds park, wind, walking, ants.

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Love Consumed Him

Issue No. 183 ~ August, 2012

“I warned you not to let yourself get pregnant,” Mary Louise Atkins said as she wedged her stout frame behind the furred steering wheel of her Subaru. “God never meant for an Atkins man to be a daddy."