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21Jun
It’s summertime, which means, like everyone else, you’re headed to the beach. And what better way to spend your time off than in an overheated car, while the children invent new ways...
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02Jun
It was like being dizzy, even when I was standing still. At first I hated the rocking of the deck, the rolling in my stomach, my eyes’ inability to still the world....
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01Jun
Interview by Nathan Leslie Richard Burgin is a giant in the world of literary fiction. The author of three novels and nine short story collections, Burgin is also the publisher and founder...
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31May
We could blame this on . . . . . . . . . . . . .the weak gravity Like porcelain plates . . . . . . . . ....
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30May
If they liked you, they’d remember you. And every once in a while a kid pops back in to say hello. A little fuller in the face, a little more run-down. Out...
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29May
Beyond late hours of light no singing, no music. I can hear the water drip from the downspout. It is not the same sound as ocean surf. No masts rock to sleep...
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26May
(for Bly, after Machado) On Sundays we take the last piece of honeycomb out of the wall safe and walk to the beach. As we stroll we recall what’s no longer here—a...
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25May
The primrose will live on this planet for X more years; the main contribution to its desolation will be climate change or Y. More children are born every day than people who...
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24May
“I know the perfect place for you,” she tells me, phoning from the bath at her mother’s apartment in the city. I am at the long, red-honey wooden bar at the only...
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22May
these are solid gold spectacles with the finest crystal lenses put them on (i said) the street is a blurry collage  * if you want to call it a collage it has...
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