OLD SONGS BY RON STAMPS 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 19 Utah Phillips is not particularly interesting. He’s an old guy still singing Pete Seeger and Woo…
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But Camille, I can’t paint here. I am going to Puglia. I need a beautiful landscape. PERFECT BY JOE HERRERA 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 73 Can you come…
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She’s no Waingro, no Buffalo Bill, and certainly no Michael Corleone. Villainy of that sort requires a man’s touch. WHY MEN ARE BETTER VILLAINS THAN WO…
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I thought about weapons. Gauchos always have hand tools and knives. Then he said, “Como anda señor?” We made eye contact. THE AIRSTRIP BY DAVID MILLER …
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Maybe Gould’s failure convinced Mitchell of the futility of his own writing. If Gould’s great work only lived in his head, what hope was there for Mitc…
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CONCRETE PUNCH BY CHRISTOPHER DAVID ROSALES 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 09 After they jacked your car you had to walk home. You had to take the path al…
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There was nothing below the Arc De Triomphe, on the wall of the d’Orsay, or written on a note under the stairs of Shakespeare & Company that I didn’t a…
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SANDBOX BY RINA RICH LANGER 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 73 The blonde is having a salad I, on the other hand, choose pasta I’m willing to accept the co…
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He had asked his travel agent to set up this vacation in Zihuatanejo because he was a fan of the scene with Tim Robbins in The Shawshank Redemption. Th…
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Last night, after the opening of Judgement House, Adam and I did it in the attic. EXIT AS INSTRUCTED BY JESSICA LOVE 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 73 The…
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