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Sliver of Stone – “La Adivinación”

Well, things still manage to be published, and I am extremely proud of the story, “La Adivinación,” which currently appears in the 16th issue of Sliver of Stone. The story is about a somewhat clueless American tourist who winds up getting to know a Chilanga mystic. It’s about the stories that bring us meaning and define us.

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Sliver of Stone is a nonprofit online literary magazine. Our mission is to provide for a web-based environment for outstanding literary fiction, nonfiction, poetry and visual art from around the globe. We want to expand the influence of these genres beyond their traditionally academic audiences.

We take special pride in the editorial aspect, offering suggestions and critiques for the submissions that we feel need and deserve that “extra push” toward publication. While we do not take ourselves too seriously, we scorn cliché, lack of craft, or craft over substance.

We invite submissions of unpublished or (exceptional) previously-published works which have not appeared online and for which the rights belong to the author. No unsolicited manuscripts, pleas

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