He met Lorine at the Silver Slipper, in an interior ambience of dim red and orange and syrupy music. She had set foot in the place in response to an in…
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Abe couldn’t believe that she agreed to go steady with him—a less than average Joe in every category—except for his undaunted willingness to turn himse…
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TWILO BY DONNA DALLAS 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 55 The black transvestite with the turquoise wig & gold stiletto heels cruises the dance floor in an …
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The window was open and the wind was blowing the white lace curtains. I noticed my reflection on the glass of the dresser in the dark corner in her roo…
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She takes this mindset to Stanford where she racks up some scholarships to pay for her first two years of college debt-free. She isn’t going to be a fi…
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INSCREWABLE BY BEN UMAYAM 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 82 Face it, your car is on its last legs, her mechanic Jordan tells her. What you are going to pa…
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Ahmed could be innocent even if he were an Albanian in the wrong place at the wrong time. But if he is on the store video he could be arrested as an ac…
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GREENING BY MARY MANDEVILLE 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 82 FALLOW Your hand cooled in mine as you slipped away. Scooped into a measuring cup of stars a…
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LAUNCH PAD: ROSEMARY MOSCO OF 55 WORDS INTERVIEWED BY TRACE SHERIDAN 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 02 Rosemary Mosco, who runs the Bird and Moon comics w…
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There was a flyer taped to the glass—“Store closing, 40% off everything!” MAXIMUM FIDELITY BY CARLY PLANK 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 22 I could not ke…
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The six-year knife fight of wits and hearts would continue indefinitely, looping back on itself like a figure eight. ATLANTIC CITY LOVE STORY BY DOMINI…
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My sister Anne came out of our green, two-storey house one May day, when the forsythia had just blossomed their spring-is-here yellow, and announced th…
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