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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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Do You Have Less Energy Than Usual

by Cynthia Marie Hoffman

In the graveyard, one white stone charges toward the sky...

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from Insert Coin

by Joshua Zelesnick

the drone operator flies along...

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Three Poems

by Anne-Marie Thompson

Yesterday we said, Let’s meet...

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Three Poems

by Emma Binder

We’ll wait in the truck stop parking lot...

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Two Poems

by Brian Francis

Northstars litter the Multiverse...

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How to Fold a Paper Frog

by Bella Koschalk

In half both ways...

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The Man on the Horse

by Leslie Anne Mcilroy

First is the house. It is large and wooden and there is smoke...

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Just Looking

by Lauren Goodwin Slaughter

Along the far wall, a display of mannequin legs in athletic tights...

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Skate Night

by Summer Hammond

Hazel and her mother climbed into the car, their laughter and perfumes mingling...

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The Nameless Waltz We Do in Circles

by Bre D’Alessio South

The word anxiety derives from the Latin angor, and the verb ango, meaning to constrict...

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Zaki: I Rise to Write the Story

by Risë Kevalshar Collins

In the spring of 1977, when I was twenty-four, I flew from New York to vacation in Europe....

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