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The Angle

2004

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Instant Ink, Jenny Stockdale Jan 2004

Instant Ink, Jenny Stockdale

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Faded Couches, Patrick Powers Jan 2004

Faded Couches, Patrick Powers

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Complete Circles, Leslie Pogue Jan 2004

Complete Circles, Leslie Pogue

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Untitled, Starasia Daniel Jan 2004

Untitled, Starasia Daniel

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Pickle Juice, Mary Anne Donavan Jan 2004

Pickle Juice, Mary Anne Donavan

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Setting: Stage, Kerry Meagher Jan 2004

Setting: Stage, Kerry Meagher

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"The most comforting place in the entire world is in the audience of a theater, during a musical. The darkness of the auditorium surrounds like a quilt, a protection from the deafening sound of silence."


If I Never Woke From My Slumber, What Would I Miss?, Erika Mcrae Jan 2004

If I Never Woke From My Slumber, What Would I Miss?, Erika Mcrae

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Main Street Bridge, Jodi Rowland Jan 2004

Main Street Bridge, Jodi Rowland

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Treasures, Maureen Macisaac Jan 2004

Treasures, Maureen Macisaac

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Morning Light, Courtney Fleming Jan 2004

Morning Light, Courtney Fleming

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In The Spaces, Emily C. Ryan Jan 2004

In The Spaces, Emily C. Ryan

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Rebel With A Cause In Mind, Stacy Colombo Jan 2004

Rebel With A Cause In Mind, Stacy Colombo

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"'This was a momentous step forward, and I decided to push myself one step further. I cut my hair.'

-Lucy Grealy, 'Autobiography of a Face'"


Bittersweet Closure, Rachel Kooy Jan 2004

Bittersweet Closure, Rachel Kooy

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I Remember You, M. W. Jan 2004

I Remember You, M. W.

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Full Issue, No Author Jan 2004

Full Issue, No Author

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 2004

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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Learning To Swim At The Age Of Two In The Backyard Pool On A Warm July Day In The Year Of 1985, Halfway Between Fulton And Hannibal, Upstate New York, Geoffrey Potter Jan 2004

Learning To Swim At The Age Of Two In The Backyard Pool On A Warm July Day In The Year Of 1985, Halfway Between Fulton And Hannibal, Upstate New York, Geoffrey Potter

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Belonging Invisible, Anthony Liccione Jan 2004

Belonging Invisible, Anthony Liccione

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About Goodness, Jodi Rowland Jan 2004

About Goodness, Jodi Rowland

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Full Issue, No Author Jan 2004

Full Issue, No Author

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 2004

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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Never Good Enough, Erin Dorney Jan 2004

Never Good Enough, Erin Dorney

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"I'd seen him eyeing me. The boy with the pimples halfway to manhood. He had picked me up a few times, hefting my weight from hand to hand. Aiming me at imaginary robbers intent on breaking into the house."


Her Next Victim, Robin Buda Jan 2004

Her Next Victim, Robin Buda

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"It would be much too dangerous to think about Crazy Helen. Even more so to look at her, but you can't help it. Your eyes just sort of drift in her direction every time she walks up those steps, every time she breathes. She gets on the stop after me and for her half hour ride I can't help but stare."


Untitled, Jonathan Howard Jan 2004

Untitled, Jonathan Howard

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Fr. Joseph Dorsey: Character Profile In Memoriam, Dee (Geraldine) Hogan Jan 2004

Fr. Joseph Dorsey: Character Profile In Memoriam, Dee (Geraldine) Hogan

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Somewhere Beyond, Emily C. Ryan Jan 2004

Somewhere Beyond, Emily C. Ryan

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Untitled, Matthew Muszak Jan 2004

Untitled, Matthew Muszak

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Thirty-Three Minutes In Sneakers, Jenny Stockdale Jan 2004

Thirty-Three Minutes In Sneakers, Jenny Stockdale

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"The color had drained out of the ends of her fingers, painlessly and into some invisible, uncharted air of a prickling, noticeably draftier September morning—the sort of morning senses thrive in. As she stepped out of the passenger side of a squatty Volvo onto a crumbling sidewalk, a gust of scarf-weather wind stabbed at the patch of exposed skin just above her shirt collar. There was a rapid movement of her hand racing with her zipper up her torso and a slight wince embedded in the curve ...


Lindsey, Adam Leahy Jan 2004

Lindsey, Adam Leahy

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Just Wear It, Kerry Meagher Jan 2004

Just Wear It, Kerry Meagher

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"The condom shape sticks out against the sleek, shiny black color of the car. No signs of rust, no hints of dents, just smooth curves. If the bumper sticker hadn't been readable, this car would have been going at least 20 miles over the speed limit. It was racing while just sitting still."