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KRAJEWSKA, BOUND / REED

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By John Reed

In the American experience, scale is all. A big land to conquer. Big dreams to tear out of the world. Big egos, big defeats, big victories. Beyond the American spectrum, scale will more often flitter beyond the spotlight; a thought, an instinct, a budget.

DON’T KISS ME / PETTY

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Todd Petty

Combative and cautionary, Lindsay Hunter's most recent short story collection, Don't Kiss Me, offers readers fierce independence. The sophomore story collection is intent on grossing out and alienating some readers, but strange, unique and charming enough to attract plenty more.

3 POEMS / UMANSKY

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By Leah Umansky

THE NIGHT GENIUS

Take this, and hold it.

May the call be recognized and willing.

Remember, because I can’t remind you enough,

some will simply refuse and one...

5 POEMS / FITZGERALD

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By Adam Fitzgerald

SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE

I remember your hair's perm fondue

like blonde glass curling in the sun.

It had a northerly associative quality,

something quite remote to these parts.

5 POEMS / DEGNAN & MOSELEY

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By Luke Degnan & Rosiere Moseley

I have excruciating pulmonary feeling,

But I want to have the perfect seizures,

A briefcase of wasp stingers,

A Jansport of howling embryos...

OHHHHHHHHHH / FUCALORO

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By Thomas Fucaloro

Ohhhhhhhhhh

When the moon pirouettes out from the mountains

picked up by the ocean as an offering to the sun, relax

the stars have got this

3 POEMS / HASKELL

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By Bean Haskell

i don't use words like bitches

the amount of times your name's been damned

we're surprised you're not in hell already

DRIVER / HANLON

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By Mary Hanlon

You Are Not I, 1981:

Based on a short story by Paul Bowles, You are not I was named one of the best films of 1981 by the Cahiers du Cinema. Shortly after, the film burned up in a fire and was lost, until, in a Passion of Joan- style recovery, was discovered amongst Bowles belongings in Tangiers and screened for the first time in over...

KENNETH RISES / HANLON

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By Mary Hanlon

Kenneth Anger made films the way he thought they should look, illuminating some the most prohibited subject matter of his time.  His apathetic attitude towards narrative drive and general disinterest in Hollywood's opinion of him made him a founding father of American Underground and Queer Cinema...

REFUGEE HOTEL / KLEINBUB

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by Juliet Linderman (Author), Gabriele Stabile (Photographer)

We never learn the name of the woman in the photograph.  She is only identified in a photographic key, at the back of the book, as being a native from Burma who now lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota.  Those whose oral histories we learn are never matched with their photographs, only their native homelands and the American cities...

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