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Sundresses

Meg Pokrass

05.30.18

“Dad stands staring at the stolen sundresses in my closet.” New fiction by Meg Pokrass.

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Neptune (an excerpt from How to Have Sex on Other Planets)

Dolan Morgan

05.25.18

From Dolan Morgan’s surreal graphic novel How to Have Sex on Other Planets, Neptune “is going to show you what’s behind those closed doors.”

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Begat That Life

Bobby Dixon

05.23.18

“Guy fieri learned his first discomfort popping the coyote milk in discrete plops unlike the gentle flow that came from george w bush.” New fiction by Bobby Dixon.

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Sitcom

Kieran Devaney

05.16.18

“Another decade passes, and he’s a hundred years old. He’s served sixty years of a two hundred and fifty year sentence.” New fiction by Kieran Devaney.

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Why Does Rumpelstiltskin Hide in Sarajevo?

Rachael Daum

05.10.18

“There were uniforms, and then hijabs ripped off of women’s heads. Shrieking. Hair, blood. Red in black. And slammed doors. Pop-pop-pop. Firing in the distance, in the hills.” New fiction by Rachael Daum.

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Alice: An Excerpt From Hilary Plum’s Strawberry Fields

Hilary Plum

04.24.18

Hilary Plum offers up an excerpt from her novel, Strawberry Fields, winner of the Fence Modern Prize in Prose, about the Iraq war and journalism.

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Columbus, Ohio

Joseph Grantham

04.18.18

“For two months I lived in a hostel in Columbus, Ohio. There were five of us altogether. There were two heroin addicts. There was Keith. And there was Chloe.” New fiction by Joseph Grantham.

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Mother and Child

Lynn Mundell

04.13.18

“His design had 1,500 pieces in 9 different colors—from beige for the skin to electric blue for the pantsuit.” New fiction by Lynn Mundell.

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Zeno’s Paradox (of which he had several)

David Joez Villaverde

03.28.18

“You once told me that no one memorable ever really dies. You were wrong.” New fiction by David Joez Villaverde.

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Bud Smith

03.20.18

“And the rain came down and the blue Datsun sunk in the mud, rek-rek-kek-kek-kek.” New fiction by Bud Smith.