We’re doing a little dance, Dear Readers, and you should to (interpret the year in exactly 36 gestures). Here for doublespeak’s sake is Harry Wilson’s [>>] very dateable Ileene’s Dance to the Old Year #3, San Francisco, 1984:
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We’re so excited to release today’s share into the world, it’s full of true and truth, it’s Amber N.’s “Lol white men bore me”:
This essay originally appeared in SC 6.1; get it in print here, or download it from our store. Plus, subscribe! & read on.
Dear Reader, here’s our last share of this Gregorian year, two poems by Erica Wright [>>], “American Burial Rites” and — one of our Pushcart Prizes nominees this year — “American New Year”:
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