By Fatima As I gaze outside my window I am reminded of my crimes all the warning signs my short-sighted copyrights tweets and receipts used against me. I could not go outside and I could not speak and I could not stay here alone...Read More
By Sarah Patterson it all comes down to a comment below, i’ll be lower still who am i if not split in two? subscription to someone else’s life somehow both are me somehow both are you i am a follower, not an interaction link to...Read More
By Bojana In the shelter of the web’s embrace, A realm both vast, both virtual and base, I wandered, lost, in forums, chats, and sites, Seeking self amidst the countless bytes. In the glow of screens, both young and old, A...Read More
By Jess Whetsel I did not learn your name until I was a teenager. It was an accident, a slip of another relative’s tongue, something I wasn’t supposed to hear— or at least not from their lips: my secret grandfather, the villain...Read More
By Sue Vickerman In the back corner by the old iron radiator we discuss which we’d go for of the two women at the next table gazing into each other, one in a sculpted hat, one in a tightly-belted mac. When I reach up to prink at...Read More
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