Portraits of Brief Encounters: A Dog With No Legs

Portraits of Brief Encounters: A Dog With No Legs

I must be a ghost. A spirit gliding over the cool tile of the train station. Spirits don’t carry cash or have access to their PayPal accounts anymore, which is probably why the glowing, abrasively positive young people volunteering to get people to volunteer money to various charities and causes never ask me if I “have a minute.”

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High School Poetry: I am remembering the sacredness of sleepovers

"I am remembering/ the sacredness of sleepovers....our ritualized rating/ of those poor boys." Sarah Ens and illustrator Amelia Garvin tackle all the wonders of the high school sleepover in this new poem. Look for more High School themed poetry and fiction as we prepare to launch our 20th edition: High School. 

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(Another) Portraits of Brief Encounters: Exhibition and Gallery Game

Cole Nowicki is, among other things, just some random guy standing in line with you at a coffee shop. What makes Nowicki different than all the other people waiting for their medium drip is that, supposing he sees you do something ridiculous or weird, he will write about you, and definitely publish it on the Internet. 

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