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It was time to pick myself up.

A PRICKLY LEAGUE BY FARZAM MIR 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 60


Other than my skin color, I looked no different from my fellow classmates. 

Hey babe sorry I cheated on you. It was the blood moon retrograde.

YES THE RUMOURS ARE TRUE BY JULIA VASSALLO 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 60

The two of you roar away.

TELL HIM TO BE KIND TO WOMEN BY NANCY DAFOE 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 60



Jump on or keep roaming, drive or ride, as it suits you. Not all of your destinations will be good ones—not the crossings your mother and I, your Papa and father, would like. You will want to speed, undoubtedly, and I’ll try not to say, “Don’t,” because that would only make you drive faster.

He loved you more than he loved living.


Catalina squints her eyes. Head back, chin jutting. I wrote him a letter. Never come back.

CATALINA JONES BY MARK TAYLOR 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 60