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Vols. 4.1 - 4.4

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Fiction, Vol. 4.4, Dec. 2010 “The fly in the ointment,” Father said, when mother complained about our neighbor, Mr. Handelman....
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Poetry, Vol. 4.4, Dec. 2010 The happiness is a lost seed. Your clean pink skin the sleekness of your pants—...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.4, Dec. 2010 Theresa put the children to bed. Momma, Russel said, how do I join the Russian...
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Poetry, Vol. 4.4, Dec. 2010 at 7 Gregory Lane, tearing at wrapped gifts. We brought so many forks to the...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.4, Dec. 2010 Mendez came home from fighting in the war. She was a sharp shooter. When you...
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Poetry, Vol. 4.4, Dec. 2010 (1994) You are a sloth on me, and I am your Cecropia tree. (1995-1997) Mostly...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.4, Dec. 2010 No, I don’t want the viewer to hate me. I want the viewer to hate...
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Poetry, Vol. 4.4, Dec. 2010 (for Aenima) The half of me, in basement stench, packing your last things: my fingertips...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.4, Dec. 2010 As Colebrook’s cemetery sexton, Saul Lorcas was allowed by law to conceal the Glock. It...
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Poetry, Vol. 4.4, Dec. 2010 When you see your likeness nailed three times onto cracked, creaking wood, don’t turn back....
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