Monthly Archives: October 2014

Peacemaking more than prize, By Andrea W. Doray

Peacemaking is more than a prize By Andrea W. Doray   With the announcement of the Nobel Peace Prize, Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan became its youngest recipient at 17, sharing the award with Kailash Satyarthi of India. Shot in the … Continue reading

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Pilgrim’s Progress, by Robert Kostuck (Part 2)

The Pilgrim’s Progress (Part Two of Two) By Robert Kostuck Sunday, January 28th, 1945 Now we have rumors of surrender, spoken in hushed voices. What will happen? The Russians will turn to our nation of islands built on the cracked … Continue reading

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Pilgrim’s Progress, by Robert Kostuck (Part 1)

The Pilgrim’s Progress (Part One of Two) By Robert Kostuck   Thursday, July 6th, 1944 The Emperor’s decree: all civilians who commit suicide before the arrival of American troops on Saipan will be assured equal spiritual grace in the afterlife, … Continue reading

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VENDOR, By Maxfield Harding

VENDOR (an excerpt) CASUALTY: Crazy and Homeless in New York City – A Memoir By Maxfield Harding   I laughed at my cleverness at escaping life. It was a cold late afternoon in early December on my corner at Fifty-Fourth … Continue reading

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