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In the guest room, in a house
that’s not our own
Mami’s machine beeps.

In the guest room, in a house
that’s not our own
Mami’s machine beeps.

In the Guest Room

by Tatiana Forero-Puerta

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they had the string
of raggedy men wade
right in as if that river
would part

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Because she was unnamed / among
700,000 refugees / & the weight of desperation on her mother’s
shoulders was sometimes heavier / than love.

by Noor Hindi

Why Is Your Grandmother's Name Jihad?

Audio Feature

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Ventral is Golden

Flock interviews the cover artist for our 19th issue.

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