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  2. Excavation: A Memoir
    by Wendy C. Ortiz
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    by Maggie Nelson
  4. Sorrow Arrow
    by Emily Kendal Frey
  5. Women
    by Chloe Caldwell
  6. No Matter the Wreckage
    by Sarah Kay
  7. Skullcrack City
    by Jeremy Robert Johnson
  8. Love Is Not Constantly Wondering If You Are Making the Biggest Mistake of Your Life
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Electric Literature No. 5

Kevin Brockmeier

Our fifth anthology takes you on a journey from the suburbs to the underworld. In Kevin Brockmeier's tale, A Fable for the Living, notes are passed between the living and the dead through a fissure in the earth. J. Robert Lennon's Hibachi unleashes the... (read more)


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McSweeney's Issues One Through Three

Dave Eggers

Dave Eggers launched Timothy McSweeneys Quarterly Concern in 1998 as an outlet for writings by himself and his friends, such as David Foster Wallace, who had been rejected by other, established journals. Eggers irreverent approach included a pioneering... (read more)


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Quiet

Alyssa Morhardt-Goldstein

"If one were to send a postcard back through time to one’s childhood, it might slip through the mail slot in a cloud of fog, the stamp curling to reveal a secret message written behind it. On the reverse side, is that a photograph taken through a lens... (read more)


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Corona

Bushra Rehman

Fiction. Asian American Studies. One of Poets and Writers 2013 list of the five best debut summer fiction. Razia Mirza is a Pakistani woman from Corona, Queens, who grew up in a tight Muslim community surrounding the first Sunni masjid built in New York... (read more)


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Making Stuff and Doing Things

Kyle Bravo

Kyle Bravo has assembled his HOW2 zines into a comprehensive book along with dozens of other instructional articles that tell you how to do...just about everything. Topics include getting active, direct action, gardening, making a woodstove, solar box... (read more)


Poetry
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The Nervous Filaments

David Dodd Lee

"Lee's fourth book is hard to interpret, but hard to ignore: 'a priest shouldn't have a tattoo of Darth Vader,' the title poem remarks, before depicting 'little silver penguins holding trays.' Exclamatory, vivid, bizarre, and sometimes redolent of the... (read more)


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The Book Bindery

Sarah Royal

Newly rewritten! Sarah Royal spent some time working in a Chicago book bindery. From the get-go, she dispels any of our illusions of book-making fantasy, "It's a glorified Kinko's..." and gives us a guided tour of her work and co-workers. It's funny&... (read more)


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Indestructible: Fifteen Chapters on Being Fifteen

Cristy Road

The follow up to Green Zine #14; Cristy Road now offers up a novel about her years in grade school and high school in Miami - valiantly trying to figure out and defend her gender identity, cultural roots, punk rock nature, and mortality. You know that... (read more)


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