previous issues

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Landfill by Stephen Ausherman Delores lived in a split-level ranch home set upon a landfill. She stored peach preserves in her storm cellar, but…

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The Continuity of Light by Brent Foster Jones Richard and I moved into the house on Sunday: a white, two-story in Marina Del Ray…

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Tie Goes to the Runner by Debbie McCann Tie goes to the runner, in baseball, anyway. Remember? All those hot summer nights on our…

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In the Kitchen by Ilana Stanger-Ross I entered the kitchen and found my father standing over the garbage can, grimacing, eating cheese. “Your mother…

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The Innocent by Annee-e. Wood When they said ovens, she imagined the soldiers wearing enormous bakers’ hats as they filed people through. She imagined…

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Social Contract by Stephen Elliott “You have the right to bare arms,” she says, slipping the ropes through my fingers, and then around my…

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Giacomo’s Seasons by Mario Rigoni-Stern translated by Elizabeth Harris-Behling One evening at the end of May, Irene told Giacomo she wanted to go to…

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loner’s valentine a short story by Julie Gard I was in love once, with a man not many could appreciate. I watched him fix…

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I Am Screaming at the Top of My Lungs By Chet Kozlowski The first time you meet him it’s at that crazy corner of…

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Staking Claim by Vanessa Hua Years before my mother died, my sister was prepared. Ilana arrived home one weekend, clutching two packs of Post-Its….