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The Princess Whose Hair Was Writing

Natsumi Tanaka

01.30.19

“Once there was a kingdom without writing.” Short fiction by Natsumi Tanaka. Translated from Japanese by Toshiya Kamei.

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Two Stories

Bryce Jones

01.23.19

“May the clapper strike them dead! May the empty valve of their ear be mirrored in a myxomatous heart! And may they never be remembered beyond their death!” Two stories by Bryce Jones.

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Traces

Analeah Loschiavo Rosen

01.16.19

“The border is somewhere I’ve never been. Before this walk I had never thought of the border. Not in this way.” Fiction by Analeah Loschiavo Rosen.

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Something

Leonora Desar

01.09.19

“After we had sex he would talk about his daughter.” Short fiction by Leonora Desar.

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Bruegel the Elder Never got Called an Asshole

Dan Melling

12.26.18

“I saw a Bruegel painting not long ago. I don’t remember which one. I do remember thinking, ‘If they came—the gun-to-your-head men, the would-you-rather enforcers—which Bruegel painting would I eat?'” Fiction by Dan Melling.

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Death Called Comfort

Natalie Casagran Lopez

11.28.18

“She starts a blog where she posts recipes that can be filed as both stew and edible face mask. A rash bubbles up, her cheek a pink ripped vellum.” New work by Natalie Casagran Lopez.

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Welcome To My Possum Kingdom

Alexandra Naughton

11.13.18

“I was sitting on my stoop, smoking a spliff, thinking about my future, thinking about why I’m having a hard time working on my writing.” New work by Alexandra Naughton.

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Ben Affleck on the Ground

Paul Hansen

11.07.18

“If I rob this bank they’ll make a movie of me someday. That’s the way it goes.” Fiction by Paul Hansen.

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Immigrant’s Song

Chris Oxley

10.15.18

Chris Oxley with a moving historical essay following a Russian-born Jewish songwriter’s immigration and aspiration in turn-of-the-20th-century America.

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Failure Porn

Priscilla Posada

09.26.18

“I read an article on Frieze.com, and want to borrow the line ‘beyond repression and fetishization’ from Jörg Heiser. Then I go buy groceries and a new charger for my planned obsolescent-phone.” Fiction by Priscilla Posada.