RESULTS FOR Stories
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The Known and the Unknown

Chika Onyenezi

01.18.17

“For people growing up in so much hopelessness, to find hope in lies, in humors, in make believes stories, was worth all of it. All these kept us going.” New fiction from Chika Onyenezi.

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Oxblood Ferragamos

Cody Reding

01.11.17

“You remember feeling dizzy, like the solid earth had turned to sea. You remember looking back at the grand staircase glowing under the chandelier.” New text by Cody Reding.

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The Knife

Saxon Baird

01.04.17

“That photo was still by the tissue box on the dark brown carpet by her side of the bed propped up in its oval frame when the police knocked on the door the afternoon she died.” New fiction by Saxon Baird.

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The Apartment

Analeah Loschiavo

12.28.16

“Rudy looming behind the bathroom door. Rudy in the darkened pantry, his small teeth shining.” New short fiction by Analeah Loschiavo.

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Walk Me To The You

Judyth Emanuel

12.20.16

“Wore mask for a while. Hidden face created distinctive kind of obscureness. Wow. Everyone moved aside.” New short fiction by Judyth Emanuel.

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this piñata is only fifty cents and a perfect receptacle for this candy that is also fifty cents

Meredith Maltby

12.14.16

“One three-headed demon dog piñata with incisors as sharp as blades!” New very short fiction by Meredith Maltby.

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I WAS A NORMAL HUSBAND, ETC.

Sebastian Castillo

11.23.16

“The infant’s head wanted to take me to the forest where the teenagers are killing themselves, doing drugs, obsessing by moonlight. It’s right around the corner.” New short fiction by Sebastian Castillo.

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WAIT FOR THE MOMENT WHEN MEANING BECOMES HASHTAG

Jon Cone & Rauan Klassnik

11.16.16

“You’re going to have to do it yourself. Do it yourself in your sick little binary bullshit world.” A collaborative short play from Jon Cone and Rauan Klassnik.

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It Doesn’t Matter

Erica Peplin

11.02.16

“I went the park with my friend and she told me she wanted to kill herself. ‘I’m sick of it,’ she said. ‘Nobody calls me back.'” New short fiction by Erica Peplin.

Greta

Julia Dixon Evans

10.26.16

“The next time the bed is empty when I wake up, Greta’s outside, splayed out naked on the back porch, trembling in her sleep.” New short fiction by Julia Dixon Evans.