Two-Way Street

by Sawyer Gouw Ranzetta
Two-Way Street by Sawyer Gouw Ranzetta
The road’s promise, much like America’s, is not often realized, but I still get my hopes up every time.


by Melia Chendo
John McHorter wanted his time clean. He wanted contained space– silence that we’ve never had. He wanted 4 minutes and 33 seconds precise, quiet, and enclosed.


by Ruby Barron
A Dalí painting depicting a woman's face made of many colored spheres.
He often tells her the tale of her making. He whispers it against the ears he sews to her head. He hums it while he smooths skin across bones, draws thread through flesh, cradles organs before setting them in place.

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