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THE SPANISH CRISIS

Sarah Viren

The night Dominick and his friends got on the One Line and Dominick wouldn’t shut up about the girl from the party with bunny-soft lips, the metro car was empty except for an older woman reading a book near the front. The boys took seats in the middle section. It was odd to find an […]

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The Amon Liner Poetry Award AN IMPERFECT FIGURE

Tegan Daly

                                is making biscuits in the morning just for myself worth it                                  kneading in the butter filling the kitchen           with godly golden                                  crumble smell breaking open like a confession                                  steam gasping into the air apron covered in floury                                  handprints           not caring that it’s hot in the kitchen I will                                  say of […]

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