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The Junction

COVID-19 Kills Contemporary Fiction

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The fear of virus-riddled neighbors roaming the streets like zombies, eating our brains, and coughing in our direction will forever change our lives. Even worse, it will change my novel.

The meet-cute scene on the subway won’t work now.

Dinner and a movie afterward. Are you fucking kidding me?




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Rick Post

Rick Post

Contributor to the Summit Daily newspaper, Slackjaw, The Haven, The Junction, MuddyUm, and ILLUMINATION.

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