Prose

The Other Things in the Blood

MR ADESINA, whose trousers were always dirty at the pockets and the buttocks, but still so ironed that the buttocks shone, was the inter-science and biology teacher who…

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On TV Pan Cakes Today

—TODAY, SAID FATHER DWYER FROM THE TV, his ruddy cheeks glowing, masterfully powdered up by Crisis Johnson the makeup technician, looking like a chipmunk, Today, we will learn…

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Patient 452

  Hôpital Universitaire de Boudevilliers Clos Fleuri Les Acacias 2043 Boudevilliers +41 44 455 22 22   Date: 12.09.2016 Patient Number: 452 000125 Patient: Kenneth Williams DOB: 01.06.1981…

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In My Cups

LET ME tell you about coffee. I’ve had free coffee and I’ve had coffee I paid for the way people buy used cars: slowly, agonizing, counting the amount…

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The Hat From Hell

I LOVE TRAVELING. I got this hat when I was in Hell. This was back in 1992. I didn’t know that’s where I was going at the time…

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Graveyard Stomps & Funeral Rags

The country is so huge that we don’t always understand it. And you know what doesn’t help? There are people who are attracted to the places where bad…

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appear to her as a series of images retracing

when you were going backwards but you were not seeing in rewind. and it was there when seeing became hearing and hearing became smooth so you can grasp…

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A Reasonable Investment

THE DOMOVOI sat on a shelf next to the matryoshka dolls in the duty free shop. The creature was perched atop his price tag, 150 rubles which, at…

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BBC Book Club 8/22/2016

The sound of things falling in the garden had Jane Eyre reading maps in the evening mists and blaming Hitler for stealing her pink rabbit which liked to…

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All Species Meet Their End

SHE WAS STANDING next to the site entrance, the Greek woman, and I only spotted her as I made my way back into the main courtyard of the…

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