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    ANYTHING LIKE GOD By Brianne Bannon

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    ANYTHING LIKE GODby Brianne Bannon At 16 I was the best person I am ever capable of being. It was not a full peak, necessarily; I was shy and...

    THE SMALL GIRL By Patrick Hahn

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    THE SMALL GIRLby Patrick Hahn I’m lying on the sofa in my bungalow, reading the same issue of Discover magazine for the twenty-ninth time. They don’t have much in the way...

    SLOWLY SLIDING by Jennifer Hildebrandt

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    December 29, 2016, Updated Death Wishes You don’t have to mourn or carry on or weep or pace. Get over it. I’m dying. Talk to me. Tell me to...

    NOTHING THERE By Megan Madramootoo

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    NOTHING THEREby Megan Madramootoo  I watched Seth quietly and quickly disappear behind the off-white front door as he held something small and box-like between his two hands. When the door slammed...

    PALIMPSEST OF THE PLAINS By Phoebe Myers

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    PALIMPSEST OF THE PLAINSby Phoebe Myers My mother calls to tell me she’s turned the old quern that’d been idly sitting on our front porch since my grandfather died...

    UNIFORMS By Nancy Gendimenico

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    UNIFORMSby Nancy Gendimenico The summer between junior and senior years of high school, I worked at a state home for people with special needs. My job came through a...

    A HUNDRED PENNIES By Christopher Major

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    A HUNDRED PENNIESby Christopher Major Sundays are usually reserved for cleaning and nothing else. I’d made up in my mind that anything worthwhile happened between Mondays and Saturdays. It...

    THE PHILOSOPHY OF IRONY IN GREEK CULTURE By Dimitra Tsourou

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    THE PHILOSOPHY OF IRONY IN GREEK CULTUREby Dimitra Tsourou    This article stems from my dissatisfaction with the available interpretations of irony in Greek culture. A further difficulty in understanding “Greek irony” results from...

    DISCLOSURE By Megan Sandberg

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    DISCLOSUREby Megan Sandberg My instinct was to leave. I did, at first. I got out of my car and sped across the parking lot into the lobby of a...

    DERELICT by Allen Long

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    DERELICTBy Allen Long I once sat on the floor at a Saturday night party at my friend Rick’s house; I was drunk, and Rick unknowingly stood on my legs,...