A collection of very short stories which bubble up from the subconscious only to vanish as soon as they get to the surface.
In Halfon's "Monastery," our narrator asserts the accidental nature of nationality.
Hagiwara’s poetry is a strange mixture of gloomy wonderment.
While writing for teenagers wasn’t invented in the last decade or two, it has certainly, in that time, gained a visibility, a range, a thoughtfulness, even a sort of urgency
“Let us make a pact, gentlemen. Let us brew a Magical Potion and drink together."
Do not forget the magical forces you used today may circle back to you some day to return the favor.
It terrified me to hear the words “honor” and “flesh” in the same sentence.
I was brought into the world on a day of black misery.
Karim believed in Coke the way other people believed in Jesus and Mary.
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