Protected: 47.1 Feature: “Midnight Saturn Bass Note Afterword to A Thousand Times You Lose Your Treasure” by Hoa Nguyen
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I was not looking for Freud. Freud did not need any finding. But Sándor did need finding.
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The nēnē bird, AKA, the Hawaiian goose, AKA, how birds state need
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At dawn, I look out the porthole and wait for my vampire.
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This much was true: nothing very bad happened. Nothing big.
Socratic Wigby Sara Kachelmanfrom BWR 46.2I found my mother’s hair on a foam head at Wigland. It lit up the downtown window display. Above it a sign said: the last true redhead. It was referring to my mother. She was the last true redhead, and now she was dead. We had...
Exterminationby Mónica Ramón RíosTranslated from the Spanish by Robin Myersfrom BWR 46.2The Extermination showed up a few weeks before the machines came to Zanjón de la Aguada and drained the swamp (rank, fetid, black). That’s what I called him because he didn’t scare...