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Braving the Wilderness, by Leslie Sittner

By |December 10th, 2019|Categories: December 2019, essays, nonfiction|

BRAVING THE WILDERNESS by Leslie Sittner             Day 1:“I can’t go down there. I just can’t.” I’m sitting slumped in the passenger seat of Jim’s powder blue Ford Escort wagon shaking my head pitifully from [...]

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Engraved, by Toti O’Brien

By |December 10th, 2019|Categories: December 2019, essays, nonfiction|

ENGRAVEDby Toti O'Brien       Today the elephant print fell from the mantelpiece. I am just letting you know. Not my fault. Someone pulled a curtain that I had slipped behind it in [...]

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Playing Augmented Reality Games on the Eve of a Mass-Extinction, by Storey Clayton

By |December 10th, 2019|Categories: December 2019, essays, nonfiction|

PLAYINIG AUGMENTED REALITY GAMES ON THE EVEN OF A MASS-EXTINCTION by Storey Clayton               It is nearly twilight and I am stalking a unicorn.            The day before the summer solstice in 2019, Niantic released [...]

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Holding Both, by Patty Somlo

By |December 10th, 2019|Categories: December 2019, essays, nonfiction|

HOLDING BOTH by Patty Somlo             The first few weeks I lived in Portland, Oregon, I took long daily walks. This was not unusual, since I had been an obsessive walker for decades. But [...]

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