What do you mean? You get that we are racing, right? BECALMED AND HAPPY BY OVE HAXTHAUSEN 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 86 “This isn’t good,” Tina said. …
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MOTHER’S DAY BY STEPHEN KAHN 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 86 I woke up to four missed calls from Zed. Before I could throw off the covers the phone rang…
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Only a few aloes were able to resist my lethal kindness. THOSE PEOPLE! BY WEIYU DU 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 86 My mother had a balcony of aloe, cape…
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34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 86 WAITING FOR THE SIGN BY MAZI KAZEMI, THOSE PEOPLE! BY WEIYU DU, BECALMED AND HAPPY BY OVE HAXTHAUSEN, MOTHER’S DAY BY ST…
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Margot stood on the bed of Eric’s pick-up truck with a bottle of Jack Daniel’s in her hand. WAITING FOR THE SIGN BY MAZI KAZEMI 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE I…
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You skate up Broadway alongside the traffic. You love the feeling you get when the traffic lights stop the cars and let you go gliding through. Now you…
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We talked and laughed and ate and drank without a care in the world. MEASURING CUPS BY LUZ PINILLA 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 41 He was one of the swe…
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By the age of 10 I knew the films by heart, and could tell them apart with my eyes closed, literally. THE NAME IS BOND. JAMES BOND. OR IS IT? 007 IN TH…
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MUTUAL DESTRUCTION BY HANNAH KLUDY 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 49 Mother, There are no atheists in foxholes but what about fallout bunkers? Once, when …
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I would wake with the ability of flight. THE MAGICAL ROCK BY ASHLEY WHEAT 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 51 I used to think that all great-uncles gifted t…
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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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