It’s cold outside, babies, and so here’s a chilling tale for one and all to heed, Katharine Coldiron’s icepick of a story, “The First Snow.”
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Today’s share comes on a cold, damp spring day, Reader, and it’s a good one, Curtis VanDonkelaar’s [>>] story “Larry and Charlene in Three Acts“:
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Much snow around the Midwest this week, and what is that in the distance, that light? Today’s share from the latest issue is McKenzie Schwark’s cold-day visiting story “My Father, the Deer Hunter“:
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The hemisphere is shaking off the wet leftovers of winter, dear reader, but is it through? What is and isn’t paid and evened up, in Grace Bauer’s “The Deceptive Day”:
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Fresh in the new issue, SC 6.1, we’re glad to share Lindsey Wilson’s creative nonfiction piece “Constellations“:
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