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FICTION by DAWNA KEMPER
When Dog Boy dreams, he dreams of sausage.
POEM by SARAH PEMBERTON STRONG
Just the eggs, please.
NONFICTION by KATHLEEN HEIL
I once knew a Kiwi who spoke English with an English accent because his mother paid for elocution lessons, or—conjecture—there was a teaspoon of self-loathing wrapped up in his identity.
POEM by HANNA TAWATER
A squid’s name is Gertrude
NONFICTION by CAITIE LEIBMAN
You see so many animals trying to cross the road in October, at this time of year, just wanting to cross the road.
POEM by TIM CRAVEN
convergent / convergent / convergent / I love you
FICTION by POLLY ROSENWAIKE
You can do it the long and painful way or the quick and painful way, the pediatrician says.
POEM by ANDERS CARLSON-WEE
The hobos / that could have pulled a switchblade and opened me / like a flood enfolding the red North Dakota clay.
NEW MEDIA by UNIVERSALSCENE
Explore the serendipitous collisions that occur between two randomly generated arrays.
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