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The Angle

2008

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Greece Ridge Haircut, Eric Parkison Jan 2008

Greece Ridge Haircut, Eric Parkison

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"There are places that one knows so intimately that they are like a secret cove that only you probe and perceive and that to the rest of the world is an empty void, unperceived and lost "


Goodbye To Faith, Jeffrey Slater Jan 2008

Goodbye To Faith, Jeffrey Slater

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"Gary hated classical music. He often said so, especially while he was in elevators or fancy restaurants. Not that he was in either of those places often, because he hardly ever left the house and when he did, it was rare for him to spend money (at least his own). Well, Gary was hardly a 'classical' male."


Snowy Soldiers, Amanda Marchese Jan 2008

Snowy Soldiers, Amanda Marchese

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The Moon And Me, Dillon Lynn Jan 2008

The Moon And Me, Dillon Lynn

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Dancing Alone, Amanda Marchese Jan 2008

Dancing Alone, Amanda Marchese

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I Clean My Axe Heads In Secret, Mark Overmyer Jan 2008

I Clean My Axe Heads In Secret, Mark Overmyer

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Rock Bottom, Jeffrey Slater Jan 2008

Rock Bottom, Jeffrey Slater

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"You're falling fast, aren't you... fast through thin air. Thin, cold air. Of course, you wouldn't know it. You wouldn't feel the cold while you're falling; doing what it is that you do. You're numb to it. Hard to believe, how something so pervasive, destructive and debilitating can consume the spirit of your receptors, replacing reaction and reason with that damned numbness - that plain old nothing."


Our Farewell, Erin Cassidy Jan 2008

Our Farewell, Erin Cassidy

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Tattooing Is Not A Crime, Bryan Jones Jan 2008

Tattooing Is Not A Crime, Bryan Jones

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Boat Ashore, Erin Waffle Jan 2008

Boat Ashore, Erin Waffle

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She Tried To Draw Him, Audra Conway Jan 2008

She Tried To Draw Him, Audra Conway

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"Once I found my sister's drawing. It was a man; her dream man. I was rifling through her dresser drawers. I don't remember what I was looking for. Maybe money. Maybe matches. Maybe an ID to use to buy cigarettes at the corner store."


Moments Before Sleep, Katelin Tressler Jan 2008

Moments Before Sleep, Katelin Tressler

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I Dreamed Of Knights, Katelin Tressler Jan 2008

I Dreamed Of Knights, Katelin Tressler

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More, Selena Cochran Jan 2008

More, Selena Cochran

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Beyond, Nicole Gaulin Jan 2008

Beyond, Nicole Gaulin

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 2008

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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Two People's Questions, Two People's Answers, Iaen Tierson, Stephanie Woodward Jan 2008

Two People's Questions, Two People's Answers, Iaen Tierson, Stephanie Woodward

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A Past Too Real, Keith J. Alexander Jan 2008

A Past Too Real, Keith J. Alexander

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Wideman, Danny Uebbing Jan 2008

Wideman, Danny Uebbing

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Glittery Goodbye, Stephanie Woodward Jan 2008

Glittery Goodbye, Stephanie Woodward

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In Mind, Eric Szewczyk Jan 2008

In Mind, Eric Szewczyk

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Mutilation, Whitney Short Jan 2008

Mutilation, Whitney Short

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Fine Art Awakens The Senses, Katelin Tressler Jan 2008

Fine Art Awakens The Senses, Katelin Tressler

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5th Grade, February, 4p.M., Mark Overmyer Jan 2008

5th Grade, February, 4p.M., Mark Overmyer

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That's Pretty Much Everyone, Bryan Jones Jan 2008

That's Pretty Much Everyone, Bryan Jones

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Searching Behind Me, Eric Parkison Jan 2008

Searching Behind Me, Eric Parkison

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I Am Eve, Nicole Gaulin Jan 2008

I Am Eve, Nicole Gaulin

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Answering The Questions Why, Katelin Tressler Jan 2008

Answering The Questions Why, Katelin Tressler

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Dreaming, Erin Waffle Jan 2008

Dreaming, Erin Waffle

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"Blanketed by colors of gold, orange and crimson, the young boy relaxed in a bed of damp fall leaves. He had grown tired after a day of hard play under the warm sun and decided to catch his breath against a drooping gold oak tree. Finding a niche for his body between the tentacle roots of the oak, the boy's eyes grew heavy. Giving up on the fight against his drooping eyelids, the boy drifted off into a deep sleep."


The Decision, Stephanie Woodward Jan 2008

The Decision, Stephanie Woodward

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"Oh shit. That was her only thought when she saw him pull that little velour covered box out of his pocket and get down on one knee in front of her. They had been in Italy for thirteen days, traveling from city to city, touring the country, and staying at the finest hotels. This, he said, was his gift to her 'just because.' "