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July 31, 2018

Two Stories by Laura Arciniega

  A Damned Riojasaurus     If you follow the path I wore down over the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary, you’ll eventually reach Saint Hyacinth sleeping in the […]
July 30, 2018

Broom by Kristin Garth

  They speak websites, ignore, in black and white, brunette exsanguinated tv mute receptacle you can’t unsee.  Her tight perfected v of thigh, the yogic brute […]
July 29, 2018

A White Male Author Emails a Woman About Her Bad Review of His Book by Jen Corrigan

  A White Male Author Emails a Woman About Her Bad Review of His Book Salutations! I stumbled across your review of my novel today totally […]
July 28, 2018

Short Fiction by Michael Chin

  LION TAMING: AN INTRODUCTION The Ringmaster traded a dancing girl, a barrel of red wine, and on old carburetor for Lucille the lion. When his […]