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By Amorak Huey: THE POND IN THE CORNER OF THE YARD It seems so important that I get this right— memory choked with algae, memory dried to nothing in the summer, memory’s post-dawn sky already fevered with desire, memory’s grass … Continue reading

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Rebekah Just When the Drought Was Ending by Justin Hamm

Rebekah Just When the Drought Was Ending by Justin Hamm But the best thing about Rebekah was the way she floated always beneath the scent of woodburn and dusty Middle America, her keen ranch-queen convictions slicing deep and deeper into … Continue reading

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