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Summer Job By John Stupp

Summer Job 

Engine blocks
came off production lines
all summer
in 1970
like nothing was wrong
even with Vietnam
and all that was happening
if a line went down… 142 more words

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The York Review

YORK, PA. — York College’s student-run literary magazine, The York Review, is looking to highlight their digital online presence and host live events.

For more than 30 years, The York Review has collected literature, fine art, and photography from York College’s student body. 267 more words


elsewhere By Amanda Wan


summer has a way of making
me feel small and hard.           everything
that hurts does so more           slowly.
somehow I become my migraine, 159 more words

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One-Sided Conversations Between a Black Girl and God By Madelyn McZeal

One-Sided Conversations Between a Black Girl and God

Dear God,
I have begun picturing
my entrance to Your kingdom
with my hands up
What does it mean… 182 more words

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evolution By Nooshin Ghanbari


in loving memory of Chug Siu

a little boy with jet black hair
has already seen too much
the last name Yang sticks out against… 287 more words

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Issue #3 Released

The third issue of Spinebind is now available in both print and PDF formats. The print copy is available on MagCloud for $11.00, and the PDF copy is available to download from the… 68 more words

From The Editor

What Does It Mean to Be Love? By Rivka Yeker

What Does It Mean to Be Love?

You don’t feel your face drenched in
droplets of cold water,
until you step inside of your apartment soaking… 166 more words

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