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December 2011

Paul Kavanagh

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December 2011

Taxi The taxi stopped and Henry climbed into the taxi. The taxi driver went around the block three times before finally deciding to head...

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Issue No. 3

Forkhead Box

Jeremy M. Davies

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Issue No. 3

What interests me most is that Schaumann, the state executioner, bred mice. In his spare time. Sirens, ozone, exhaust...

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November 2011

Sheepskin

Olivia Heal

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November 2011

The first I noticed was your thumbnails, large, round and flat, like two plates. They were marked with yellowed...

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Issue No. 3

Fifteen Flowers

Federico Falco

TR. Janet Hendrickson

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Issue No. 3

To Lilia Lardone Summer was ending. The air already smelled like smoke, but it still looked clear, sunny. The...

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Issue No. 3

Rehearsal Room

KJ Orr

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Issue No. 3

He was one of those people you see every day and start to believe you know when in fact...

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September 2011

Celesteville's Burning

Andrew Gallix

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September 2011

            Zut, zut, zut, zut.             – Marcel Proust, A la recherche du temps...

In the Aisles

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September 2011

Clemens Meyer

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September 2011

Before I became a shelf-stacker and spent my evenings and nights in the aisles of the cash and carry market, filling shelves, fetching pallets...

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Issue No. 2

Cafédämmerung

Joshua Cohen

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Issue No. 2

It was even worse in Prague [than in Cuba]. The only reason they got upset with me — I was...

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June 2011

Arthur Miller

Michael Amherst

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June 2011

The last time I saw Vin and Jackie we were killing slugs. The three of us had been smoking...

In the Field

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March 2011

Jesse Loncraine

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March 2011

There were flickers of red in the water, a tint the colour of blood. He stood in the river, naked as a stone, and...