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Parau

by Teatuahere Teiti-Gierlach

when I speak of colonization
I’m not referring to ships with white sails
or sandpaper men and their infection Continue reading

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I’m Calling to Say

by Christian Hanz Lozada

“I’m Nani’s husband. Not that Nani, the other one,
Papa’s granddaughter, no, we never met.
I’m calling to say, Papa had a stroke.
There’s nothing to do he might get better.” Continue reading

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Today’s Young Scientists

by Warren Woessner

Are creating “tomorrow’s future”
on the covers of my collection
of 1950’s chemistry sets. Continue reading

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Customs for Waking

by Emma Aylor

I know it’s rare for me to start
this way: talking plainly to you, as I am now.

It’s as simple as wanting
to tell you something that happened Continue reading

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As Little As Possible

by Morgan Eklund

By 2050, plastic will outweigh
fish in the ocean and every Monday Continue reading

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