Art

Lying About Accidents – Jesse Prado

Lying
I think about it
Like I consider it
Like oh
I didn’t mean to do that
When it’s like yeah
You did
You just regret it

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Stories

Roadside Dilemma – Theo Banks

Lie, spit and snake along on one’s belly, forward, uphill, yet never nearing that damned infernal ceiling plane. Hyperactive paratactic salesmanship vehicles ram full bellies fuller, the gut ruptures, the whole structure quivers, the body erupts like a flower-bud then is quickly smelled out by marketeers, sold, and gobbled by some bigger maw.

A multitudinous vision has gripped the mass, a psychopompic rattling of chains, video rolling, We see with many eyes.

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Stories

Whiteface [excerpt] – Sam Burnett

I opened my eyes. Glenn, in a shadow, stood at the foot of my chair, his figure eclipsing the sun that shone from behind him.

        “What?” I said.

        “You’re red. You got sunburn.”

        “Oh, my god,” said Kim, sitting up. “You did. Look at you. You’re so red. Oh, my god. It hurts just looking at it.”

        “It’s just a little pink,” I said,

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Jidohanbaiki Nightmare – Dale Brett

In Japan, deference to hierarchical gods has beget a vending machine culture.

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