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Submissions Readers Wanted
4/17/14
 
 
 
THE MOST HUMAN WRITER: AN INTERVIEW WITH BRIAN CHRISTIAN by Ben Blum
from print issue 5
 
CHRISTIAN: A lot of what I feel is sacred about art is having something to say. I think that craftsmanship is extremely important—like everyone else, I prefer to read well-written things to poorly written things, but I would rather read a poorly written thing said out of great urgency than empty craft.
 
 
MY AQUARIUM and RAPA NUI by Jean Ferry
1/21/2014
 
Since I had been thinking about it for thirty years, you would think I'd worked out my schedule in advance.
 
 
CONFECTIONS by Aleah Sterman Goldin
1/21/2014
 
“Would you like to buy this child for some sweets or candied nuts?”
 
 
FORM by André Babyn
1/21/2014
 
Something moves out there, over the hill where I can’t see.
 
 
DEAR UNIVERSITY OFFICE OF RISK MANAGEMENT (I and II) by Noel Sloboda
1/21/2014
 
Nonetheless, his name raises concerns.
 
 
WHERE SISTERS COME FROM by Anya Groner
1/21/2014
 
I laugh at these men and whisper, “As if.”
 
 
HALLOWEEN by Bob Carlton
1/21/2014
 
I like to think that I may have inherited the most desirable qualities of both.
 
 
MOLE IN SWIMMING POOL by Joe Mungo Reed
1/21/2014
 
Is webbed for earth, wonders Mole, or is webbed for water?
 
 
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