He watches the massive, other-worldly cruise ships pull out of Old San Juan Port miles and miles away. They take so long to sail over the horizon. MI…
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“Steven?” she whimpered after an immense pause. “When are you coming home? AURORA AUSTRALIS BY SAMUEL DAMON 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 100 Paper. Type…
Ollie thought back to the day Julz had stumbled into her ballet class. Mila, their ballet teacher, had given her a stern and precise little smile and…
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Brother X cranked up a portable record player in our religion class and played A World of Our Own by The Seekers. On the chalkboard he wrote: A World of…
A friend took this photo of Yoshihiro Hattori in San Francisco. In October 1992, Yoshihiro Hattori knocked on the wrong door. Yoshi, as he was known…
Phil told us of his long-held desire to see Billy Mays’s grave, we jumped to make that dream come true. You may not remember Billy Mays. He was the…
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There was time to kill and he killed a lot of time just looking out of the window. It was almost as good as reading. They often asked him what he was…
LEW LEW BY LEWIS DIMMICK 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 06 I want to be called Lew Lew, as, in China, pandas are called Ling Ling or Shi Shi, the doubling…
Since Jennifer’s mom is a biker and goes out a lot, Jennifer usually stays at her grandmother’s house where she can have a more stable childhood. But I…
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The glass walls of the student union looked out on Sproul Plaza and a riot was breaking out. Billows of tear gas clouded the glass. National Guard…
Like did you cheat on me? I THINK I’M PANSEXUAL BUT— BY ELLIE PRUSKO 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 99 I think I’m pansexual but—she said—I still love you…