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May 30, 2015

#thesideshow May 30th 2015 Coming to Terms by Ilana Masad

When the rumors that the President is pregnant begin to spread, she laughs them off. Years of political life have given her thick elephantine skin to […]
May 29, 2015

#thesideshow May 29th 2015 Climbing by Michael Woods

Conical maps may suffice on a mountain, on a globe’s red face: dithering lungs quake in oceanic plates and my tongue.     Hold your breath, your men, […]
May 28, 2015

#thesideshow May 28th 2015 Last Chapter by Grace Black

There’s not much else like the sheeting rain and sweaty love and tears for no reason at all.We used to move as one, minds that held […]
May 27, 2015

#thesideshow May 27th 2015 Straying Straying by Kushal Poddar

Disentangling a strand before I reach home, sweat glues the same to my holed skin. I sway outside, not entering, unraveling.