34THPARALLEL INDIE LITMAG DIGITAL & PRINT

Fly me to the moon 

Let me play among the stars

The car radio always seemed to play the same song. It was as if that became our song. We found happiness sitting inside a car blasting Frank Sinatra, and going through the car wash. That is how our little fraction of the family found stability in the instability of divorce.

My parents continued to make me feel as if it was normal that mommy and daddy did not live together. Every weekend we would do the same things that even close families did not even enjoy doing together. It was a childhood full of movies, raspa runs, road trips, and Frank Sinatra blasting through the radio.

Let me see what Spring is like

On a Jupiter and Mars

Through my childhood my family was a broken but beautiful bond that seemed to work better than any other. I found new blossoming in my parents who fell apart.

LEORE WORRIED ABOUT TIME BY FLAVIA BRUNETTI 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 44


34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 44

PAGE SIX BY KEVIN GANNAWAY, DANUVIUS APPLICATION BY JHON SÁNCHEZ, LEORE WORRIED ABOUT TIME BY FLAVIA BRUNETTI, FLY ME TO THE MOON BY KARINA RODRIGUEZ, THE HEAVENS DO NOT CARE BY JOANNA JEANINE SCHMIDT, RUMORS OF WAR BY PETER STINE, SALUTE! BY CLARK HOLTZMAN, DAO AND BROKEN CLOCKS BY JEREMY TRUSSA, THE IRANIAN SWIMMER BY ADRIAN COLE.