5 October, 1996


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A Noticeable Lack of Fanfare

Issue No. 5 ~ October, 1996

Janzen sat in the plastic-injection molded subway seat pondering the world around him. He was hunched over, bearing the imaginary weight of his quest. Memories of the adolescent summers spent in Timbuktu dissolved behind the cloud of responsibility which had taken over his life. Everybody …

Riding The No. 12

Issue No. 5 ~ October, 1996

Mary breaths deeply each time the doors open to let new passengers on the bus, trying to mix a little of the frigid winter with the hot, stale air circulating through the bus. It is an impossible task. Every time the doors hiss shut Mary’s …

Visions of Hahk

Issue No. 5 ~ October, 1996

February 18, 1996 Everything about this evening sounded so magnificently sadistic, lewd, and reeked of guilt and deception. All the while knowing that the true me would never allow any strange acts to occur tonight. My significant other is far from me at this moment. …

The Lesson

Issue No. 5 ~ October, 1996

Joe and Henry lived upstairs in my college dorm. They were a pair of druggies from rural Kentucky who never went to class, except maybe once in a while to see how it felt on a hit of acid of something. There was always a …

Dialogue in Prague

Issue No. 5 ~ October, 1996

“Pivo,” the woman in cutoffs said to the waitress. “What did you say?” the man with golden hair asked. “I ordered us some more beer. Is that okay?” “Yeah, that’s good.” The streets of Prague were full of musicians and caf├ęs. Men and women with …

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