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"The Bullfrog and His Shadows" by Bruce Holland Rogers: In the middle of the day, the frogs held a council. "It's unbearable," said one. "The herons hunt us by day, and the raccoons prey on us at night."

"Area 54" by Arthur Sánchez: It was four in the morning in 'Jimmy's Starlight Lounge' when Dom, the night bartender, decided to close up. Officially, the place closed at five but since the joint was almost empty, Dom figured he could get off early without anyone being the wiser. So he wandered over to bar's sole customer with a dirty dishrag flung over one shoulder and an earnest desire to make it quick.