Issue 8.49

Koon Woon as a postal worker in Aberdeen.

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Issue 8.48

Where Jeff Nazzaro negotiates helping, negotiates life.

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Issue 8.47

The fascinating world of David Caplan's shoe sales.

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Issue 8.46

Mixed signals. What does it all mean? Thomas Locicero's poem explores.

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Issue 8.45

Three of Jan Priddy's poems demonstrate right where you can shove it. This one raises her voice and makes her choice.

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Issue 8.44

Caroline Taylor presents knives and holiday parties and leveraging group dynamics to get ahead.

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Issue 8.43

Four poems from Joan McNerney for the United State's Fourth of July reminding us that everyone's got a job to do.

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Issue 8.42

A piece of memoir from Carl Wade Thompson about his time as a crane signalperson.

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Issue 8.41

It was a pleasant job, explains Mitchell Toews.

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Issue 8.40

Cass Hayes  gives us slowly dissolving, hardening unto death, but completely conscious.

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Issue 8.39

Sam Smith's character is awaiting news that can make or break.

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