Artwork by Dimelza Broche

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Amy Marengo: this is love

the chives
that fucking terrier

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On Scribbling

Even the most autonomous language, because it is language, will generate constellations of meaning to a reader willing to see past authorial intention.

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The Water Cycle

At the core of every piece of writing I love is this wonderful reminder; this delicious flinch: We’ll die, likely more quickly and easily, than we’ve lived.

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JJ Cromer: Interview and Gallery

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The Water Cycle

At the core of every piece of writing I love is this wonderful reminder; this delicious flinch: We’ll die, likely more quickly and easily, than we’ve lived.

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Latest Publications

ISSUE SIXTEEN

HOMESICK REDUX

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ISSUE FIFTEEN

The Sleeping Wall

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"A wonderous, trembly thing" -- Mark Ari

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