EVEN BY JENNIFER WHEELOCK 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 46 The State executed 4 men in 8 days, or 1/2 a man a day 2 were done in on the same night, one a…
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when ginsberg was reading howl my mother was having me GINSBERGIANS STREAM ON BY ANNETTA DEXTER SAWYER 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 46 when ginsberg was…
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Took it all away, he said, the pain, the memories, and it was ok to die like this. Better, actually. RITUALS BY DONNA DALLAS 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSU…
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Can we talk, at least, before you go? you say but I don’t, won’t answer. You can talk to yourself all you want when you get back to Brooklyn. I don’t c…
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There is a strong temptation to see the present as woebegone and hopeless, while looking back on the past with rose-tinted glasses. MISTER ACT BY GRAHA…
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DOMINOES BY LISA MARIE PEREZ #46 Pieces clink together the primitive nature of these men exposed Yelling and hollering curses across a folding table Th…
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People are always trying to control the weather, in their personal relationships, their work environment, or in the big-picture areas of human destiny.…
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I grabbed a handful of spaghetti and threw it at the wall. Mother gasped. Grandmother ducked. Jasmine edged toward the door. I grabbed another handful …
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LIVE! BY UTE CARSON #47
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This is an interview, or perhaps more of a discussion, with Tracey Swan and Martin Chipperfield, and Sean Merrigan of EditRed. It’s an edited version o…
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I prayed and said, “Okay God, let’s do this.” I know that sounds crazy, but that’s all that I could think to say. And when I said that the fear left. L…
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Y’know, I’ve been meaning to tell you for a while now. I think it is wonderful how you come every week. Some of them don’t have anyone y’know. The odd …
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