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July, 2012

The Institute of Joy



Fiction

In 1988, to see Humberto Pacheco in his homeless man’s attire, overgrown coat sleeves and no undershirt, a knotted rope tightening his waist band, bare unshaven balls in the shadow of his opened zipper, is to confuse the abandoned basement where he slept, and the purpose the larger building had formerly embodied, with the ever-deepening well of destitution it had…
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