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The Madison Review Extended Cut: no. 8

Hello there! Welcome to The Madison Review's web series, The Extended Cut, where we showcase exceptional work that was not selected for the fall or spring editions of our journal. This week we will be sharing 'Fowl Language' a short story by Timothy Reilly. 'Fowl Language' has a pleasantly engaging style which fully immersed our fiction staff into the trials and tribulations of Edmond and Lillian Vogel's encounter with local police. Timothy Reilly had been a professional tubaist (including a stint with the Teatro Regio of Torino, Italy) until around 1980, when a condition called “Embouchure Dystonia” put an end to his music career. He gratefully retired from substitute teaching in 2014. He h

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