If the worst, most spectacular thing threatens, should we root for it? Jump-scaring us from behind the door to the archive, it’s Aaron Anstett’s “Onlookers“:
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Descending gently from the archive, comes now George Eklund’s “Sketch in Early Fall,”originally published in SC 3.1.
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You know where has a foot of snow on the ground still? Minnesota!
Jennifer Kovelan shows a way out:[continue reading]
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With AWP season upon us, let’s all gather ’round to enjoy this brief entertainment from Xenia Taiga: “Bam! Pow! Biff!” — and remember that bags full of heavy books can be used to fend off aging professors and hipster doofuses too.
Well so we had a polar vortex. Well so it’s ice and all. Some believe that time repeats. Well so then, we remember the future too.
Amber Edmundson’s “Here, Together, We Breathe” is like that. Obtain all its printed glory here, or download a PDF (or both!).