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MOMMY

by: Bethany Mitchell | Published: Spring 2012 MOMMY by: Bethany Mitchell PAGE 2

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DAMN

by: Rob Needham | Published: Spring 2012 Oh God, don’t let her see me. Oh yeah, God can’t hear me. DAMN by: Rob Needham     PAGE 2 DAMN by: Rob Needham     PAGE 3 DAMN by: Rob Needham     PAGE 4 DAMN by: Rob Needham     PAGE 5 DAMN by: Rob Needham     PAGE 6  

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SEVEN ELEVEN, ELEVEN, ELEVEN

by: George Abdalla Sawaya Jr | Published: Spring 2012 She’s Joan of Arc, though she doesn’t know it. Each morning she runs a plastic comb through her hair, stares into the mirror and sharpens her militant eyes on the white-stone nape of her neck and wishes she was something more. Joan runs the register at [...]

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MARTHA AND JULIE

by: Emily Cutler | Published: Spring 2012 Last week Martha and I went on a road trip. It was just to the Crispy Crème only ten minutes away from our high school, but we haven’t been able to drive for long so to us any time spent in the car is a road trip. We [...]

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Delivery

Russell Helms David watches the loosely assembled family of four wander into the dim, hushed furniture department. Outside, a brisk March wind pushes against doors. David looks like a bowling pin wrapped in a black napkin. He stands there, alone, amid hundreds of rugs, wool rugs suspended like concert posters and Oriental rugs stacked neatly [...]

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Ta Da

by: Russell Helms | Published: Fall 2009 Distracted by a wasp in the men’s restroom, Tim banged his head hard just above his left eyebrow on a column protruding from the wall. Shocked, he doubled over, thinking he might faint. In the third stall, Randall, the chair of the Psychology department, sat trying to discern [...]

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