Issue 6

In The Event of a Collision
by dylan loring the yellow fast food wrappers strategically placed all over your car will serve as airbags, as will
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if you’re reading this, i am many girls and none of them love you
by diana khong i. if you’re reading this, i’ve stopped calling & you are sad. imagine i am in a
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Editor’s Note, Issue 6
By Matthew Kabik, EIC This issue came at a weird time. It’s part of the reason I pushed off publishing
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She Says/Space, in Chains
By Sara Krassin   she says I’ll tell you everything there were Words she says Words she says Guilty of
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Hainan Mango
by max berwald   Her apartment was barren except for a single, unripe mango on her counter. He took the
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Butterfly
BY LORI SAMBOL BRODY Half an hour after the bell rings and everyone’s all school’s out for the summer, and
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you have sweat through your shirt in massachusetts
by katie clark it’s september in the way we know it (summer sticks to your upper lip salt-slick and shining)
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It’s not a phase/Thermogram
by tina gross it’s not a phase (A WorldCat browse title found poem)   It’s not a myth : it
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Responding to the Restaurant Questionnaire
by john richardson Overall Experience Swans are mirrored on the river. And when the money runs out, he leaves the
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