by Daniel Uncapher

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short fiction

The celebrated writer talks at some length about the problem of oppression and when the subject of slavery comes up he confesses that he’s no longer a real pacifist, that in fact if he were Thomas Jefferson’s slave, he would have no choice: “I would accept an early death,” says the celebrated writer, “and slit the president’s throat.”

by Sasha Thanisch

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short fiction

I’m not allowed to eat the food at work.

by Leah Velez

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short fiction

Right before I met you, the boys had been banging on the bathroom door.