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—Karolina Zapal

to be local means to memorize water and compare individual waves to shapes ur hands make.

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Transcendence & Magic in the Everyday:
The Art of Ariel Vargassal

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Damara Martin reads

Bruised Georgia Peaches in Miami

The touch was too personal, condescending, audacious, and misogynistic. But more than anything, it was lonely and kind.

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At eight, he knew right from wrong. It just wasn’t within his sense of order to let her fall, even if in trying to save her, he fell, too.

Rebecca Moon Ruark reads "Recruit"

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