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How well do you know the dust? Its mother?

by Samuel Ace

I know something about the apostrophe the part that says I own I also know something of the dry river and the brown dust that coats my shoes

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crash your car (after marquette)

by Marzi Margo

an android app for logging every time my car has hit another car 

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Remedy

by Angel Dominguez

Eat the heart of your oppressor con un habanero. Add some salt y limón to taste.

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Every year my funeral playlist grows longer

by Angel Dominguez

No -body told me growing older

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What You Knew About Virginity

by Rosa Alcalá

That it was something to be given in holy matrimony. That it was the only thing you had to give. That once you handed it over, you could never get it back. That it was a tightly woven hammock rocking an idea inside you.

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Dream of a Trans Sister

by H. Melt

Can you imagine/transitioning together/in the same old house...

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Ottessa Moshfegh’s Lapvona Is Absolutely Not Set in a Post-Trump Era, and That’s the Point

by Bleah B. Patterson

Lapvona sets us right in the heart of a medieval town that absolutely could have existed, tucked away in a valley with an almost comically evil lord on a hill just above who is influenced by a transparently fraudulent clergy member with predictably selfish intentions.

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Bliss Montage, a Review

by Bleah B. Patterson

Ling Ma understands that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, expecting the result to change.

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Sequoia Nagamatsu Inteview

by Bleah B. Patterson and Sequoia Nagamatsu

Sequoia Nagamatsu will be visiting SHSU on March 2, 2023. Ahead of his visit, TR staff interviewer Bleah Patterson interviewed Sequoia about his latest book, his writing themes, thoughts on genre distinctions, and forthcoming work.

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How to Fold a Paper Frog

by Bella Koschalk

In half both ways...

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Sitting with Figs

by Nazifa Islam

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Juana Turns to Sugar

by Vincent Antonio Rendoni

Early in the twenty-first century, a disease spread all over the world...

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