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Death Witch by Leon Clifford

Once upon a time, there was a magnificent five bedroom, tastefully refurbished, inter-war, detached home with two ensuites, and double garage situated within bullseye of the Tudor Grange catchment. The house was equidistant from the train station and Solihull Town Center, short enough for a latte cooling stroll. One half term Tuesday midnight, two nitwit…

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Thoughts left on Tiber

If the pavement steams, church bells ring, everything around is chaotic, and floral-printed dresses dazzle your eyes, then Congratulations. It’s summer, and you are in Rome. You’re in the city where Caesars, Gladiators, impressionist painters, skater teens, and middle-aged people with weary eyes all walk together with nowhere to go. It often crosses my mind,…

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His Caustic Charisma by Sarah Butchin

I love the way you lick your lips when you’re nervous, from the corner to the slit and back again. It’s a tell but there’s so much more I want to know. Biting words slip through those full lips, saying what everyone else doesn’t have the guts to utter. But you have the guts, don’t…

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Paintings by Jill Price

Jill Price is a Queen’s University Ph.D. Candidate in Cultural Studies investigating unmaking as a creative act. Currently, she is unmaking a variety of old paintings, magazines, drawings and textiles, as well as investigating how settler-creatives can help unmake the commons to assist in the fight against climate change. Price researches indigenous plants for both…

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