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The Angle

1983

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Writing, Jeneane Dimino Jan 1983

Writing, Jeneane Dimino

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The People Filed Out One By One From The People Factory , Some Laughing..., Tom Petronio Jan 1983

The People Filed Out One By One From The People Factory , Some Laughing..., Tom Petronio

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"The people filed out one by one from the people factory , some laughing, some crying . Some were bleeding, others following. One man even had a bird on his head. which made the little children laugh and laugh. (What a lark!) The woman with her head screwed on straight kept saying , " I'll call you. I'll call you." and believe it or not, she never did , which made the men feel very small indeed."


On The Wing, Annie Jessup Jan 1983

On The Wing, Annie Jessup

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Bird, Halina E. Halpa Jan 1983

Bird, Halina E. Halpa

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Deadlines, Jeneane Dimino Jan 1983

Deadlines, Jeneane Dimino

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Searching, Donna Nolan-Cheesman Jan 1983

Searching, Donna Nolan-Cheesman

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Prianca's Leaving, Halpa Halina Jan 1983

Prianca's Leaving, Halpa Halina

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There's An Old, Crocheted Mitten In The Yard..., Lisa M. Zenzen Jan 1983

There's An Old, Crocheted Mitten In The Yard..., Lisa M. Zenzen

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Tuesday Gibberish, Richard G. Barrington Jan 1983

Tuesday Gibberish, Richard G. Barrington

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"It was a rare and prestigious occasion for though occasions are rarely prestigious, everybody agreed that this should be, as it was a Blue Tuesday in Mayflower, a perfect time to watch the King journey to the Land of Mailbox and return with the Royal Circulars."


Cellophane Flowers, Laura Mccoy Jan 1983

Cellophane Flowers, Laura Mccoy

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Dallas, Drew Townson Jan 1983

Dallas, Drew Townson

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Wind: An Agescape, Stephan Michener Jan 1983

Wind: An Agescape, Stephan Michener

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Full Issue, No Author Jan 1983

Full Issue, No Author

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There Is A Cloud In The Sky..., Soo Young Kwon Jan 1983

There Is A Cloud In The Sky..., Soo Young Kwon

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Freefall, Melanie Bleichfeld Jan 1983

Freefall, Melanie Bleichfeld

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Nonetheless, Katerine Meeder Jan 1983

Nonetheless, Katerine Meeder

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Wasque Point, Stephan Michener Jan 1983

Wasque Point, Stephan Michener

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Country House, Annie Jessup Jan 1983

Country House, Annie Jessup

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Razors, Therese M. Shand Jan 1983

Razors, Therese M. Shand

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Today I..., Annie Jessup Jan 1983

Today I..., Annie Jessup

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 1983

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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These Chills, Katerine Meeder Jan 1983

These Chills, Katerine Meeder

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October, Drew Townson Jan 1983

October, Drew Townson

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After Midnight, Richard G. Barrington Jan 1983

After Midnight, Richard G. Barrington

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Fingers, Amy J. Bown Jan 1983

Fingers, Amy J. Bown

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F-Stop, Laura Mccoy Jan 1983

F-Stop, Laura Mccoy

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Deedee And The Dove, Amy J. Bown Jan 1983

Deedee And The Dove, Amy J. Bown

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"On Saturday mornings, DeeDee goes to the open market to buy clothes for Sra. Paloma. DeeDee lives in a dark brick building on Suffolk St., near Peretz Square, in lower Manhattan. Sra. Paloma lives across from her in a wan green tenement that has been swept by fire. Her walls are charred and blackened with soot, her floors sag from water damage, and her furniture - still soaked from the firemen's hoses - has sprouted mildew. It is rumored around the neighborhood that every morning the Senora scours her ...


Downtown, Richard G. Barrington Jan 1983

Downtown, Richard G. Barrington

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402, Michael Fauci Jan 1983

402, Michael Fauci

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Dancers In My Mind, Lisa M. Zenzen Jan 1983

Dancers In My Mind, Lisa M. Zenzen

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