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pretending

This motion is what we call entropy, the movement of any system, in this case the universe, from order to disorder.…”   by jim stewart     Here in this twenty-first century, we have grown accustomed to discussing our real lives as separate from our virtual lives. We pretend they…

2017-2020

  Issue Seventy-Four Published May 2017 “Pluto The Skate”   Stories: A Note on The Divinity of Bobby Murcer • Brian Doyle Mr. & Mrs. Dick • David Moscovich Carnival Log • Ed Markowski On the Minds of Aging Directors: Federico Fellini’s and Ken Russell’s Memories and Regrets • Mike…

the keys to the highway

Pop music followers were treated to hallmark critiques such as that of the only George Maharis album (him of Seventy-Seven Sunset Strip fame), which carried the banner headline ‘MOVE OVER, FRANK SINATRA!’ or ‘HELEN SHAPIRO, SHE HAS THE HIPS AND LIPS OF ELVIS PRESLEY!’ All of these, were written without…

the root cellar: john pinamonti

I watched every series game in October that year against the Atlanta Braves at O’Connor’s, wedged in between Taciturn Eric and a newcomer, a tall stranger clad in a blues fedora and a Contra drug-dealing shirt, with the requisite cheroot peeking out of the breast pocket…”   by mike morgan…

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Issue Seventy-Nine July 2019 “Splinter Kitchen” Stories: Lovelock • Ed Markowski Tiny Flying Man • Gary Moshimer The One-Two Punch • Laine Perry Garden of St. Lukes • Michael Estabrook Pretending • Jim Stewart Night of the Flying Hamburger • Kim Farleigh Junkyard Junkies • Chris Wilkensen