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Issue 10

Photo by Thomas Verbruggen on Unsplash Stories: Trending: The window for our writing contest closed on April 10. Winners will be announced before

But I Wouldn’t Change A Thing

Photo by Tamara Badran on Unsplash by Sally Simon A tuft of cotton candy clung to your lips the night we met. Your

Green Thumb

Photo by Md Shairaf on Unsplash by Sally Simon Ever since Martha killed her asparagus fern, she’s been buying new plants: a trio

Warning

Photo by Edwin Hooper on Unsplash by Claudia Monpere He never thought of jumping off the roof in his Superman cape until his

Clam

Photo by Johnny McClung on Unsplash by Alison Wassell They call her Clam and the name sticks, like a mollusc to a rock.

Muddy Embarrassments 

Photo by Joanna Kosinska on Unsplash by Sudha Balagopal The cafe declares they use brown sugar, nothing polished or artificial. I tell the owner

What Must Remain Unseen

Photo by Aditya Romansa on Unsplash by Sudha Balagopal My son’s born without skin over his chest—lungs, heart, exposed. Whispers float about the inside,

If it’s not bitter, it’s not tea

Photo by Mona Mok on Unsplash by Elena Zhang They look like arms, the honeysuckle petals that unfurl in the boiling water, blooming

Gooseberry Pie Issue 9

Photo by Alex Shuper on Unsplash Stories: Breaking News! It’s April and time to celebrate National Gooseberry Month. If you’re stuck for ideas

Twin Brother And Sister

Photo by Tom Strecker on Unsplash by Sara Siddiqui Chansarkar My twin brother grew light-skinned like the milk he sucked from Ma’s breast

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Alison Housten

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