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Poetry, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 The room smells white, is white, has pasteboard walls a fist or a feather could easily...
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Fiction, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 for Kieran Jendro I had been warned by Mrs. Shirley, who taught me everything. She...
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Poetry, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 Graves, stumps of salt lick. Stones hold stillbirths down-scattered, tiny skeletons inside larger ones, girls...
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Fiction, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 Reuben wants his photo taken next to Jim Morrison. I want mine taken next to...
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 Fiction, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 Thirty years, and over one million miles of road. That’s what he had under his...
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Poetry, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 When a place of exile is chosen, it is for the harsh winters. The summer...
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 Fiction, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 "Ahh," said Hurbestone, and stood as soon as he saw her. The gesture was old school,...
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Poetry, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 Now that I've begun dreaming every night I have the most mundane dreams. Like crying...
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 Fiction, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 The surname of the Taizhou orphanage’s administrator was River, and we, the discarded, were also...
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Poetry, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 An aunt's face, flattened and strained like a penny on a humming steel rail, floats...
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