Issue 5.18

A moment on a train platform, and perception shifts for life. Eugene Durante is on patrol.

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Issue 5.17

Don't let the bastards get you down. The taxi driver in Rachel Cann makes realizations, resolutions.

Rachel's past work includes: Job

 

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Issue 5.16

Into the archives of an older gentleman, Laura Story Johnson.

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Issue 5.15

Front-page news: no more stock options, promises broken. Mary Rodriguez takes us there.

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Issue 5.14

Robyn Segal had gone past watching all the TV she could and finally reached ultimate isolation. It was finally time to get up and *do* something.

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Issue 5.13

Two lovely portraits of place this week. Peter Neil Carroll takes us to Alabama and Nancy J. Rodwan takes us to Oklahoma.

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Issue 5.12

Two delicious shorts this week demonstrate how what goes up must come down.

Marc J. Sheehan spins a surreal story of dislocation.

Marc Swan shares the frailty of a human stacked against a machine.

And special thank you to Jerry at www.hepdev.com for fixing the WORK website after an update locked our editor out.

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Issue 5.11

Furlough, car accidents, and a  Hong Kong rollerdisco lesbian vampire kungfu movie illustrate intensity and concern in R.V. Branham's tasty story.

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Issue 5.10

Lowered Expectations: Any job where the paychecks don't bounce is sufficient for Steve Theme in this week's story.

Steve has rocked the pages of WORK before. Read his Junkyard Royalty.

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Issue 5.9

Some days there are emergencies, and some days you get a wink and a smile. Poems by Ellen Wade Beals and Lou Gallo.

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Issue 5.8

The infinity loop of exchange in our perpetual working world, by Meredith Minister.

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