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My Girl Can't Stand The Bloody Day Scenes, Dillon Lynn Oct 2016

My Girl Can't Stand The Bloody Day Scenes, Dillon Lynn

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The Shadow Sometimes Skips, Clarence A. Amann Jun 2015

The Shadow Sometimes Skips, Clarence A. Amann

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Death, Clarence A. Amann Jun 2015

Death, Clarence A. Amann

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Our Adopted Sensibility, J. M. Miller Jun 2015

Our Adopted Sensibility, J. M. Miller

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"Most men would have no character at all if imitation were impossible. Great and small portions of agreeable character traits are daily adopted by each of us from personalities that cross our path. To live is to desire, to envy, and to strive for perfection. After two thousand years of experience, civilization seems to have developed in man only one thing: the added capacity to receive impressions."


Driving At Night With The Lights Off, Graham Wilcox Jan 2011

Driving At Night With The Lights Off, Graham Wilcox

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The Simple Life, Rita Hill Jan 2011

The Simple Life, Rita Hill

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The Girl In The Pink, Kristen Lee Jan 2011

The Girl In The Pink, Kristen Lee

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Phoebe, Meet Squid, Maria Loudis Jan 2011

Phoebe, Meet Squid, Maria Loudis

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"Phoebe Ranch awoke one morning to discover that a giant squid had replaced her house. It isn't very often that squid might replace things such as a house, but when these natural wonders occur, one must be ready to face the plethora of rubberneckers, which might be soon to follow."


Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 2011

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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The Bitter Truth, Destinee Paynter Jan 2011

The Bitter Truth, Destinee Paynter

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Head Held High, Fatima Smalls Jan 2011

Head Held High, Fatima Smalls

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Like, Skye-Raven Drey Jan 2011

Like, Skye-Raven Drey

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"I pulled the sliding glass door tot he basement open as Tawny and I stumbled in and collapsed on the floor, dying of laughter. We were both dripping with water, soaking the floor underneath us, but we couldn't stop laughing."


Love Music, Nick Picariello Jan 2011

Love Music, Nick Picariello

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Unrequited Love, Destinee Paynter Jan 2011

Unrequited Love, Destinee Paynter

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Gentle Giant, Kelsey Defayette Jan 2011

Gentle Giant, Kelsey Defayette

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Blood Anxiety, Destinee Paynter Jan 2011

Blood Anxiety, Destinee Paynter

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"That nervous anticipation, itching the palms of my hands as I sit grimly in the back right corner of the city bus, watching the rain slide down the windows. Nothing could be worse than this feeling of being trapped and unable to see outside. And, my body being propelled by something other than my legs, creating a nauseous stir in the pit of my stomach, and rising up to my throat. If only I weren't surrounded by strangers."


Full Issue, No Author Jan 2011

Full Issue, No Author

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The Long Red Staircase, Skye-Raven Drey Jan 2011

The Long Red Staircase, Skye-Raven Drey

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"It was cold outside and puddles of fresh rain were scattered along the sidewalk in front of 1400 Sycamore Drive. It was an hour past midnight. red and blue lights painted the fog and sirens pierced the silence of the neighborhood. There was a crowd of people being held off by the police with the lazy look of a cat in their eyes. Bill Ward weaved his way through the crowd, but was stopped by an officer at behind the bright yellow tape."


Born To Lose, Graham Wilcox Jan 2011

Born To Lose, Graham Wilcox

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Dream, Karina Swanson Jan 2011

Dream, Karina Swanson

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Our Planet, Kevin English Jan 2011

Our Planet, Kevin English

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Ruined Ground, Kelsey Defayette Jan 2011

Ruined Ground, Kelsey Defayette

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Jose Cuervo, Gina Cardarelli Jan 2010

Jose Cuervo, Gina Cardarelli

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Hank Iii At Night, Graham Wilcox Jan 2010

Hank Iii At Night, Graham Wilcox

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Addiction, Nick Picariello Jan 2010

Addiction, Nick Picariello

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Pillow Talk, Destinee Paynter Jan 2010

Pillow Talk, Destinee Paynter

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At The Beach, Graham Wilcox Jan 2010

At The Beach, Graham Wilcox

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Twisted Hearts, Destinee Paynter Jan 2010

Twisted Hearts, Destinee Paynter

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Impro-Vision, Jacob Hillis Jan 2010

Impro-Vision, Jacob Hillis

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"I love to look out on my cousin's pond, the ice nearly two inches thick, deep ridges cut into the surface with the many scalpel like blades of our Michelle Quan imitations. The cat tails frozen in time with snow snuffing the tips of their protruding bobs. My foot squished into little white numbers...two sizes too small."


Full Issue, No Author Jan 2010

Full Issue, No Author

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