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A Review of Delaney Nolan’s Shotgun Style: A Diagram of the Territory of New Orleans

A Review of Delaney Nolan’s Shotgun Style: A Diagram of the Territory of New Orleans By Christopher Lowe Early in the title story of Delaney Nolan’s chapbook Shotgun Style: A Diagram of the Territory of New Orleans, the narrator describes … Continue reading

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Sin # 2

Sin # 2 By Hannah Phinney Milef had dyed green hair, of course, because she was punk. One side of her head was razored to the scalp, while the other was overrun with the glossiest of clumps and spikes, their … Continue reading

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Sin # 1

Sin # 1 By Hannah Phinney They called him The Carnival King, because it was he who lorded over every last caterwauling, meowing nincompoop sighing out his days shit-deep in the useless tradition of bean-counting on any of the skyscraper’s … Continue reading

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Tiger Moth

[This story was originally published in The Chaffey Review in May of 2009.  It is reprinted here with minimal editorial changes.] Tiger Moth by Raul Clement For a long time after the boy’s death, the father sat in the darkened … Continue reading

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Beyond Quirky Chic: A Review of Chris Adrian’s A Better Angel

Beyond Quirky Chic: A Review of Chris Adrian’s A Better Angel by Raul Clement Let’s start with the obvious. Chris Adrian writes autobiographically. Or maybe that’s not so obvious—not obvious at all if you aren’t familiar with his biography.  The … Continue reading

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