Monthly Archives: September 2015

TEETH by Izabella Grace

Carl finds me in the attic, barefoot and crouched beside the crumpled, brown envelope. Moonlight streaks the uneven boards, glistening like water on the scattered, nude photographs of Mia. He steps towards them, reaching for my beautiful, missing, older sister, … Continue reading

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TEETH by Izabella Grace (alternate version)

You find me in the attic, barefoot and crouched beside the crumpled, brown envelope. Moonlight streaks the uneven boards, glistening like water on the scattered, nude photographs of Mia. You step towards them, reaching for my beautiful, missing, older sister, … Continue reading

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INSTINCT by HC Hsu

He hit ‘send.’ They met. Afterward, he kissed the man and said, I was right about you. The man answered, I was right about you, too, and shot him in the head. § HC Hsu is the author of the … Continue reading

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