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The Utopologist’s Wife

by Jaimee Hills

The springboard wobbles....

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Metta for Winter Solstice in Los Angeles

by Kenji C. Liu

We cannot see this place being the default/for much longer....

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Kingdom Keepers

by Allison Grace Myers

Beth misses her daughter—of course she does, a little—but the solitude is a relief...

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And Gawd

by Jennifer Bartell

Graffiti stained glass windows, windows so stained, no light shines through: Spray paint thick like the Holy Ghost.

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Pelt

by Theodora Bishop

By the time they drove into the forest, it was near-morning, and the little girl knew she must have been sleeping for some time....

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Resurrection

by Steven Sanchez

In this basin still filled with rainwater, a flock of geese skims my brown face, haloed in an oil slick rainbow....

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Hemispheres

by James Allen Hall

We are brought into proximity only by holiday or by tragedy, my family....

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Vertige

by Karen Salyer McElmurray

I remember that night like a painting of an off-kilter world...

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Flamingos

by Reena Shah

Mari Mejia’s pet gerbil Loca lived for six months before dying in its sleep...

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Desert Town

by Amy Silverberg

For a while, I lived in a tiny, hell-hot border town in between Arizona and New Mexico. This was the summer everyone worried about me....

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Separation Anxiety

by Analicia Sotelo

Every afternoon, it’s the same/womb of inattention....

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To the Priest Who Told One of My Students That Holding a Forum on Campus Could Make the Kids Act Like “the Savage Latinos” He Saw on TV Burning Trump Piñatas

by Lupe Mendez

In my heart, I know a corona lays/itself a wreath around the muscle...

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