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    Book Reviews

    Our Colony Beyond The City Of Ruins by Janalyn Guo

    Our Colony Beyond the City of Ruins, the debut collection from Janalyn Guo, presents twelve pieces of fabulist fiction bursting with splendid and unsettling transformations.

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    Fiction

    Sparrow by Diogo Ribeiro

    Our father kept a hole in his chest.

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    Interviews

    An Interview With Michael Nye

    Michael Nye discusses his novel All The Castles Burned and his editorship of STORY with Kathy Bates.

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    Book Reviews

    Miss Jane: The Lost Years by Kat Meads

    In a happy postscript to Kat Meads’ novel, Miss Jane: The Lost Years, the female chorus celebrates a fact often lost in stories about sexual predation: victims manage to escape their abusers and “defeat every tiny tyrant.”

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    Fiction

    Tabula Rasa by Jon Doyle

    Every morning, I write the day’s most important headlines on a blackboard.

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    Interviews

    An Interview With Melanie Hatter

    Amina Gautier talks to Melanie Hatter about her short story collection Let No One Weep For Me, her latest novel Malawi’s Sisters, and the novel’s path to publication.

    Book Reviews

    Alligators in the Night by Meg Pokrass

    Meg Pokrass’ newest collection of flash and micro fiction titled Alligators at Night illustrates why she is a master of short fiction.

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    Fiction

    The American Family Johnson Throws a Birthday by Robert John Miller

    Ernie’s nephew, Fritz, received his party invitation by way of email while hauling a truckload of scratch-n-dent candies to a backcountry cattle ranch two weeks in advance.

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    Book Reviews

    The Lonesome Bodybuilder by Yukiko Motoya, tr Asa Yoneda

    The tales in The Lonesome Bodybuilder place the reader in seemingly ordinary settings — so ordinary that when the strangeness encroaches in the form of alien customers and umbrellas that make businessmen fly, Yukiko Motoya’s narration blends the bizarre so seamlessly into its mundane backdrop that we easily accept it.

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    Fiction

    Flight Aids Minus the Wings and Fuselage by Julie C. Day

    Let’s be honest, references to the body of an airplane are nothing but linguistic propaganda. Metal wings and manufactured fuselages are the antithesis of scar-powered, human flight. An obvious truth: people can’t surmount their own hard ground while strapped in and contained.

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    Interviews

    An Interview With David H. Lynn

    David H. Lynn discusses his new short story collection Children of God and his editorship of the Kenyon Review with Grayson Treat.