As a child, I hardly thought my opinions mattered. I would ask my mother what I wanted to wear. PURE BY JANET DOGGETT 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 75 My adolescent son, who spoke with quirky words, asked if I had ever smoked cigarettes. He said I was “pure”. Me and him were takin…
HOROSCOPE BY JEAN COLONOMOS 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 75 This year is your rebirth, you, golden hinges, brassy others, and even you dull-like-pewter …
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Registration is fine, but there’s a problem with the IDs. DEMOCRACY BY JOHN ALLISON 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 75 Waterloo was on hold. Had been for 1…
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“Thank God!” she grabs my wrist before I realize what’s happened and attempts to pull me inside, “Here, here, here!” I push her hand off, “Don’t touch …
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WHEN GOD FOUND MATH BY AIDA BODE 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 75 Cracked and burst into a shot of chaos— light, confused without direction, G O D—bewild…
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DUNBAR’S NUMBER BY KEITH PARSONS 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 74 There is a number deep within your brain a ratio to show how many people you can know a…
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