MEMORIES OF POLAND By Alex de Cruz

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MEMORIES OF POLANDby Alex de Cruz  As something hard struck the soles of my feet, a booming voice demanded, “PASSPORT!” Opening my eyes, I found two huge men in uniforms towering over me. One of...

TWO STORIES OF YOUTH By Ian Bishop

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TWO STORIES OF YOUTHby Ian Bishop I hated the dinning room, detested the kitchen. Other rooms, and a couple of short corridors, were places I became lost. Every minute in the house seemed an age...

ROUNDING THE SQUARE: A SHAMANIC APPROACH TO GENDER

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ROUNDING THE SQUARE: A SHAMANIC APPROACH TO GENDER By Daniel Thompson I am not who I appear to be, but I have never felt like anyone else.In a time of dysphoria and social activism, there is...

THE SPACE BETWEEN DARKNESS AND LIGHT By Cathy Beaudoin

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THE SPACE BETWEEN DARKNESS AND LIGHTby Cathy Beaudoin The truth is I’m scared. Meetings with auditors, lawyers, investment bankers, and other financial executives are a faded memory. The days occupied by pedological objectives, advanced accounting...

A SUB ON THE FIRST TEAM by Leo Vanderpot

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THE SPACE BETWEEN DARKNESS AND LIGHTby Cathy Beaudoin The truth is I’m scared. Meetings with auditors, lawyers, investment bankers, and other financial executives are a faded memory. The days occupied by pedological objectives, advanced accounting...

POOP LIKE A LOCAL By Adam Wagner

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POOP LIKE A LOCALby Adam James Wagner  I’m in Pyeongchang the first time I have to poop in a squat toilet. I am meeting a friend from university where we think the 2018 Olympics are...

SPACE AND OTHER TRAVEL DESTINATIONS: PACKING FOR ZERO G

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SPACE AND OTHER TRAVEL DESTINATIONS: PACKING FORZERO Gby Michael Fumai  How many times did I look up at night when I was a kid and contemplate what it must be like to float among the...