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She wanted to be a magazine writer and a novelist. We said we’d co-author a book some day. We liked how our last names sounded together. We’re so complementary, we said.
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A NAME I WOULD KNOW BY SUSANNA SPACE 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 48
Where would I live when no one wanted me?
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What could be more important than family?
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A NAME I WOULD KNOW
BY SUSANNA SPACE COMETS
BY DON BATES THREE POINTS OF A TRIANGLE
BY KAREN BREMER MASUDA DOWN WIND
BY WILLIAM CRAWFORD WATERCOLOR ROSE
BY SHARON QUIROZ THE DALLAS EBOLA SCARE
BY STEPHEN PRATHER MARIANNE
BY ISAAC WOFFORD ON THE BAY
BY JONATHAN TROSCLAIR 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE
ISSUE 48 NOVEMBER 2017

“Show me the text.”

“I’d rather not,” I said.

“I’ll just bug you about it until you do.”

“I’m not someone who lets other people read my text messages.”

She extended her hand across the table, palm open.

“What could be more important than family? We’ve known each other our entire lives, dear cousin Cecelia,” she said this as though she was in a play in high school, giving me imploring and overdramatic gestures. “I say that blood equals trust.”

“That doesn’t make me want to do it any more than before.”

“Hand it over, cuz.”

“Not gunna happen,” I said with some decisiveness that made her eyes change for a second. It was like a flicker and suddenly I thought about everything that had just happened to her. “Fine,” I said.

I handed her my phone and she took it. “Passcode?”

I told her. She scrolled around for a few seconds. “I can tell you don’t do this. Most people will open up the person’s messages for you. Now I can see all your stuff even on accident and who knows what’s just hanging out there.”

 

I couldn’t stop thinking about comets.
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COMETS BY DON BATES 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 48
She was too young to die, and why hadn’t she locked the damned Toyota’s door?
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THREE POINTS OF A TRIANGLE BY KAREN BREMER MASUDA 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 48
Bukowski said that there was everything and nothing.
BUKOWSKI BY CRISTINA CARTER 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 47
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JE SUIS UN ARTISTE BY KYLE MANGAN 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 08 34THPARALLEL.NET
Took it all away, the pain, the memories, and it was ok to die like this. Better, actually.
RITUALS BY DONNA DALLAS 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 46 34THPARALLEL.NET
Breaking into a sudden dancelike sprint down the hallway. Newsstand. Ticket booths. The Clock. The fake stars of Grand Central on the ceiling. The phone is lost. My mother is finally dead, she cried, flinging out her arms and looking up to the ceiling.
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DANUVIUS APPLICATION BY JHON SÁNCHEZ 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 44
Predominantly. I like that word. Predominantly!
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EGGHEAD BY MANUEL IGREJAS 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 45
You're a star in the making. Feel good?
IT’S SUPPOSED TO BE FUN BY ZACH SWISS 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 42
He taught me to be superman for a minute.
EULOGY FOR NILS BY JOSH SAPAN 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 43
Pure, simple, happy, and full of sparks.
MEASURING CUPS BY LUZ PINILLA 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 41
YOU'LL BE GLAD ONE DAY.
FAMILY HAPPINESS, POST-INDUSTRIAL BY CORA CRUZ 34thParallel Magazine Issue 40
What happened to the passion?
Lamplicker BY Robert Morgan Fisher 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 35
That’ll get you the best sex of your life.
FEMALE JESUS BY DOROTHY CHAN 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 29
I sleep next to your dead body.
SHROUDING CEREMONY BY TALA ABU RAHMEH 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 15
I want to know you’ll be making the best of things.
THE LIGHTNESS OF FEET BY DIGBY BEAUMONT 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 05
It's not hard to be happy.
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