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Vol. 8.2

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Fiction, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 Mom once told me that every girl remembers the boy who taught her to drive....
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Nonfiction, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 My brother and sister and I shuffle paths in the snow, charting a map for...
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Poetry, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 A miracle in real life was far too slow. Prayer was always an option. Crouched...
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Poetry, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 Along the curve of the moon is a darkness, more moon. Believe in the more,...
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Nonfiction, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 A bit of crusted snow in a field catches in clumps of grass. I can...
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Poetry, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 1. There is nothing here: three plaid shirts, a reading lamp, hospital pamphlets, a wallet...
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Nonfiction, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 I was a wreck, couldn’t get my head to my left shoulder. I had a...
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Nonfiction, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 Hey, you who slept next to my thinner body so many years ago; hey, you...
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Poetry, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 they are still working long hours, into the night. Shadows against helicopter searchlights. No vigil...
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Nonfiction, Vol. 8.2, June 2014 Dear Dublin, Try to remember last October. On the third of that month, my friends...
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