I Can See Myself Here
By Kerry Steib Olivia was a nightmare to live with. Crumbs on the table, towel on the bed, inserts to
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You As Atmospheric Phenomena
By Hannah Cajandig-Taylor There are no original sentences about October. You make mental notes about clouds that live here, weather
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Spaceman
By Tara Isabel Zambrano I used to be an astronaut, he says, seated next to me in a down-town bar,
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The Moon
By Hartwick Hanson When I don’t feel too great I look up at the moon to remind me that I
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And Then We Hit Traffic
By L. Soviero We’re in line for the Caribbean Corkscrew when I notice a trail of rust-colored blood running along
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Drought/A Forest in Lungs
By Stipe Odak Drought That summer, rain did not fall for twelve weeks Thirsty foxes and self-igniting fires were waking
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Daredevils
By Emily Alexander About some things I am certain: skydiving for instance and my utter disinterest. We sit together in
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Post Apocalypse
By Daniel Miller The Homes We Found To my children, First, I want to tell you that you don’t need
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Bugs in Amber
By Miranda Williams I saw my boyfriend’s brother’s penis before I saw his. We walked into their shared dorm room—a
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