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Janet Wolff

Scarlett O’Hara’s Dress

On Saturday the 18th of April last year, a grey-and-black dress with black zig-zag appliqué, worn by Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O’Hara in the movie Gone with the Wind, was sold at auction in Beverley Hills for $137,000. Scarlett is first seen in the dress when she meets Rhett Butler (Clark Gable) outside her store, […]

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Douglas W. Milliken


All the way from his house in the hills down through the river valley, Richard hacked and pointed his directions while beside him I listened and got us where we wanted to be. The streetlights were off but some passing cars had their headlamps on. Just south of town where the river widens and skinny […]

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Nyla Matuk

Three Poems

Young Poets In the minx browns of Great Eastern Street, a throbbing cab waits in the pouring rain while a building implores, “Let’s Adore and Endure Each Other.” In the gallery’s late Vorticism, critics’ pens reel in and sour on treasonous reviews. A hood of superior aerodynamic absolutes. We drink at The Gun, spot Tracy […]

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Elaine Feeney


Today Was a suicided priest book of condolences opened in my way day. Everyone with an angle day. Today was a pus pimpled teenage boy taking his money shot at my tits day, with a handful of coins he owed me day, and said a fuck off or fucked me off day, and the sky […]

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Katrina Naomi

The Extras

We practise our smiles under white diffusers larger than sunbeds. We are the extras, paid in plastic trays of bread and moist sandwich fillings, flagons of instant coffee and saccharined juice. We do as we’re told, laugh towards a glass eye, capturing our imperfect dentistry. We are en masse, this pack of us, hungry to […]

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