Wilna Panagos

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Brutalist architecture You can move a building with a truck but you cannot send it in the mail. You should let it lean against a tree, a tree will grow straight and without guile. You should shine a few lights … Continued

Jennifer Porter

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Rocks Becky Gardner had another dirty, rotten game to play with Christy and Timmy when she came to babysit. It seemed to ten-year-old Christy that all Becky did was sit around eating and thinking up these bad games that she … Continued

John Grey

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CONGRATULATIONS, FOR COMPARISON’S SAKE It is the time, the year, the place, when we are most qualified to shake the groom’s hand and hug the bride. The two ahead, the man and woman following, will have their moment to line … Continued

Jennifer Bulmanski

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Boy Adrift   Drew yanked the price tag off the tent he had picked up that morning at the Walmart Supercenter in Fayetteville. He and Kelly, his girlfriend, were camping at Devil’s Den. Kelly’s friend from work, Ashley, and her … Continued

Caitlin Dwyer

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Spelunkers Our ankles get wet. Our expectations. A sentence spills on the break of my lip. Press it to your ear, rip-taut surge. Words suction like sea stars, crimson falling into the crevices. Lipstick stains on the corners of maps … Continued

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