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February 22, 2019 | Fiction

Geronimo

Molly Anders

You are dancing naked and you think you’re alone, but someone is watching. It’s Red, your daughter.

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February 21, 2019 | Nonfiction

Ten Rules For Cooks on the Verge of Collapse

Megan Pillow Davis

3) Almost all seemingly-ruined meals can be salvaged if you add something. About 80 percent of the time, that something is wine. And if a meal is going to fail, let it fail spectacularly.

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February 20, 2019 | Poetry

Everything We Eat Used to Be Alive, or Still Is 

Katie Berta

the guy on NPR says. He says that carrots are still living
when you bite into them, that they have the... more

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February 19, 2019 | Poetry

Two Poems 

Ayesha Raees

Here Rests An Alien At Her Foreign Home. 

The internet is shit.
The time is wrong. 
No one lets... more

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