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June, 2008

Red Weather



Fiction

By Pauls Toutonghi Prologue My dad, drunk again and singing. In a previous life of his, my dad dreamed of becoming a country and western singer. The fact that he’d lived this life in a concrete apartment tower in a suburb of Riga, Latvia, seems not to have mattered. In his dreams of the country and western life, my dad…
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Secondhand World



Fiction

Katherine Min EYELIDS When I was very young, my mother made me wear a clothespin at night to encourage my nose to form a salient bridge, instead of disappearing into the front of my face and emerging like a mushroom at the end of it.  “Please God, give me a new nose, give me a new nose” was the nasal…
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