As the officers emerged on the front porch, flanking a confused old man in slippers, Jimmy Lense snapped their portrait. It appeared on the front page…
I planted seeds in the bathtub garden. Elio helped me smuggle in 10 five-pound bags of compost soil, which we spread evenly over the stained, rusty…
UNDER FIRE AND ICE BY MICHAEL MAHONEY 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 20 The inheritance of the meek is plundered by rapacious men. Promise is green, then…
WOOL BY STEVE CHRISTOPHER 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 20 Maybe I thought my father was god. I feared him like god; he put the fear of god in me, does…
“It was you she called,” Cora said. It took me a moment to understand what she meant. “Do you think I did it?” I asked. “I don’t know,” she said, “I…
She logged simultaneously into her email and onto her favorite social networking site, where she learned that Brett Rosen, whom she hadn’t spoken to…
Enjoy your plant. AMARANTHUS BY RAUL PALMA 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 21 Passers-by on the intersection of Addison and Broadway, some on their way to…
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That forest fire, above Canyon Road, that is near their house, maybe 1500 yards away. Fred wants us to attend a fire party. FLAMING LEAVES BY BEN UMAYAM…
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MADE BY RACHEL SANDERFORD 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 101 You make me want to sing And I’ve been told I can’t carry a tune You make me want to cook And…
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We “hot-boxed” the car, filled it with as much marijuana smoke as we could, music turned up loud to anything as we screamed at the top of our lungs, the…
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I’ve avoided telling you this, but your time with Natali was irresponsible and unsustainable. It wasn’t even real in the way life is supposed to be…