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January 2017

Keller Easterling

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January 2017

You won’t be able to do it. It is a call, and it is something you only know how to do by doing it...

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December 2016

The Giving Up Game

Rowan Hisayo Buchanan

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December 2016

The peculiar thing was that Astrid appeared exactly as she did on screen. She was neither taller nor shorter....

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November 2016

Somnoproxy

Stuart Evers

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November 2016

The day’s third hotel suite faced westwards across the harbour, its picture window looking down over the boats and...

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November 2016

The Miserablist

Anne Boyer

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November 2016

This vision was strongly nebulous, an indeterminate but bold reaction only because it was so much like one of...

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Issue No. 18

Don't Give Up the Fight

Osama Alomar

TR. C. J. Collins

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Issue No. 18

  DON’T GIVE UP THE FIGHT   While cavorting in a field, the wild horse felt overjoyed to see...

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September 2016

Colonel Lágrimas

Carlos Fonseca

TR. Megan McDowell

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September 2016

The colonel must be looked at from up close. We have to approach him, get near enough to be...

Boy With Frog

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August 2016

Kristin Posehn

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August 2016

My first impression was of a tall building laid down for a nap, with all its parts nestled together side-by-side. The lawn in front...

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September 2016

STILL MOVING

Lynne Tillman

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September 2016

 I am bound more to my sentences the more you batter at me to follow you. – William Carlos...

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Issue No. 17

Harmless Like You

Rowan Hisayo Buchanan

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Issue No. 17

Interstate 95, September 2016   Celeste sat on the front seat wearing her black turtleneck sweater. She had three...

Boom Boom

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Issue No. 17

Clemens Meyer

TR. Katy Derbyshire

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Issue No. 17

You’re flat on your back on the street. And you thought the nineties were over.   And they nearly are over, you wonder for...

 

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