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The Inbetween Spaces

Joshua Jones

05.31.17

“He removes the charred serpent from the canister and screws the lid on tight. Outside, the earth resumes its orbit.” New short fiction by Joshua Jones.

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Dr. Dangle

Sara Kachelman

05.17.17

“Joan knew, and Dr. Dangle probably smelled, that Joan masturbated four times a day with her right hand.” New fiction by Sara Kachelman.

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Queso Cheese

Becca Yenser

05.10.17

“What I’m trying to say is, there’s something wrong with me. It’s not that I don’t believe in anything, it’s that I don’t care.” New short fiction by Becca Yenser.

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Rooster

Anne-Marie Kinney

05.03.17

“Even when she was the size of an aircraft carrier, the tumbling bodies jockeying for space were a bizarre delight. She imagined her womb as a wilderness where anything could happen.” New short fiction by Anne-Marie Kinney.

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You Were Saying

Zoe Gold

04.26.17

“A cop looks at me from another car and I feel…panic? No, I just regret everything.” New short fiction by Zoe Gold.

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Next of Kin

Mary Breaden

04.12.17

“She suffocated in her sleep one night in a long white hallway leading into black. A grinning demon pressing down onto her chest and on the ceiling was a child’s open mouth.” New short fiction by Mary Breaden.

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from GAG

Grant Maierhofer

03.29.17

“I WOULD NOT ASK YOU TO LEND PERSPECTIVE TO MY LIFE IN MUD.” An excerpt from GAG, a new novella by Grant Maierhofer, out tomorrow from Inside the Castle.

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The Holy Mountain 2

Gary J. Shipley

03.22.17

“All the visible planets are the wrong size, and nobody notices.” Gary J. Shipley with an imagination of the unimaginable sequel to Jodorowsky’s The Holy Mountain.

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Dumb Fuck

Shane Jesse Christmass

03.15.17

“Clouds of dust and fireworks. Tanks in Times Square fishtail sideways. Soldiers stomp heads. Coffee shop for lease. Retail shop for lease.” New work by Shane Jesse Christmass.

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Language on Vacation

Evan Lavender-Smith

03.08.17

“We brought her home. She pooped in the house.” Hyper-real new short fiction by Evan Lavender-Smith.