“In a field where an elephant once stood a tractor turns over the same dirt year after year stroking limestone instead of lost Buddha beads.” –Stacey Post, “Down by the River,” Midwestern Gothic Issue 13.
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"We’ve never been able to fall asleep while in motion." -Aaron M. Geer, Please Don't Make…
"I didn’t get rich, but I lived. I didn’t get weaker as I aged, I…
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