Archive for April, 2011

Sewn
fiction by
David Waite

April 28, 2011

short hair in a whorling braid dark brown with a wash of coffee sleek and curled, just long enough now to be pulled back and tied, mouth tight, face drawn down watching a long stitch they were teaching, thick halls of steam curled around you; old women at the table, their glasses thin with sharp […]

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Cordillera
fiction by
R.P. Piels

April 26, 2011

There is a city, beyond a wall at the end of the world. Emerging ponderously up out of the suburbs and sleepy hillside manors, a great earthen construct of ice and whitewashed will stretches its ancient and craggy arms across the city’s brink – an embrace that presumes protection, an igneous shield of solitude against […]

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