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FICTION: The Guincho Beach by Elena Shalneva

The coastal town of C, half an hour drive from Lisbon, looked cheerful on the TripAdvisor photos, and her choice of the summer holiday was made quickly. 4,219 more words


Machinery By Demi Richardson


my sister got her arm eaten up by
a chain link fence and i was
trying to get you on the phone,
trying to call you up, 174 more words

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Brainchild Magazine Submissions

Brianchild Magazine, with the support of MEHA and the Kent State University Honors College, is currently seeking submissions of honors student work for publication in the 2017 edition of the magazine. 241 more words


At the Intersection By Hazel Kight Witham

At the Intersection

the day after Philando, which was the day after Alton

At the intersection of Crenshaw
and MLK Blvds
I am oblivious until… 259 more words

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FICTION: Weird Sisters by Hailey Wendling

The sheer volume of flowers at Amé’s sugar daddy’s repast implies a wedding rather than a funeral. I imagine the florists being confused when delivering to the church, arms overflowing with expensive bouquets and fretting, “ 2,846 more words


A Country Doctor By Charles Kell

A Country Doctor

Father lay silent
in the hospital bed,
new slit on his belly

where the hernia started
to wrap around his stomach.
Doctor cut a hole… 158 more words

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The Aesthetics of Our Literary Journal

Yesterday, we continued our discussion from last week on the layout of literary journals. This week, our meeting moved from general learning about jargon and the necessary aspects of layout to the discussion of how we would like our own literary magazine to look this year. 787 more words