I wanted to be an actress, but he was adamant. He ranted on about having nine daughters like it was my fault. He claimed he had to educate us in order …
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UNKNOWN BY ESSENCE MOORE 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 18 The drab white elevator walls close in on me. We only have to go up one floor but it seems like…
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MY PARENTS DINING ALONE WHEN THEY MEANT TO DINE TOGETHER BY FAITH SHEARIN 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 52 My mother and my father agreed to dinner, set …
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My favourite photographs usually come from when I’m out exploring, like when I came upon that old car abandoned in the woods. COLORS ARE MOODS BY CARLY…
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Harvey Cohen, 42-year-old mortgage specialist, teetotaler, New Rochelle commuter, dominated the room. There wasn’t a song he didn’t know, a key he coul…
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Red disappeared for a bit before he started hitting all the homers. He claimed he ran into some aliens in the desert. I have to say, there were some th…
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AT THE EDGE OF THE CLEARING BY DEBORAH THOMPSON 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 85 You remember I’ve been telling you about Margaret Stockwell? Here she is…
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THE OTHER CONNECTICUT BY EZRA KAPROV 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 85 What comes to mind when you think of Connecticut? The highest per-capita income in …
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MYTHOLOGY BY MELISSA NUNEZ 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 85 Mermaids didn’t wear goggles and I didn’t either. It was worth the stinging redness, swimming…
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GABRIELLE ESPOSITO Writing has been a part of my life since late one night I read a sentence by Stephen King: “You must not come lightly to the blank p…
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THE END OF AUGUST BY PG SMITH 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 85
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