November 2012 (Issue 5)

Issue Five of The Big Click launches with Andrea Gibbons’ “Lost and Found,” the tale of a former guerrilla (and mother) who must make a new life for herself in Los Angeles after the war’s over. Our second story, “Bluebeard’s Ghost” by Ray Banks, lets us into the mind of a convicted sex offender who discovers that the plans you make in prison don’t always work out once you’re a free man. Also, Daphne Gottlieb muses on the nature of courage vs. hope in “☠ ☠ ☠ ☠ ☠ ☠ ☠” a piece about Aileen Wuornos, a serial killer who loved cats and Natalie Merchant songs.

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Lost and Found

She wanted to kill him. She could have. But she didn’t. She told me that and patted her handbag. You’d never have guessed, but she had killed more than once. It haunted her sometimes. I know because she would call me up now and then, buy me a coffee. I would listen to the substance […]

November Editorial

Welcome to the latest issue of The Big Click. We have some distressing news to start—columnist Tom Piccirilli has been experiencing some health problems as of late, and his physicians found a tennis ball-sized tumor in his brain. Surgery to remove it was successful, but the situation remains touch and go both medically and financially. […]

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