Monthly Archives: June 2018

Under the Tamarind Tree

. Under the Tamarind Tree By Bunkong Tuon . Editor’s Note: This past week, the nation witnessed devastating images from detention centers and heard hateful rhetoric spewed about immigration. Now, more than ever, it is important to humanize immigration and emphasize … Continue reading

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It Ain’t No Lie, Baby

. It Ain’t No Lie, Baby By Daniel Crocker . My first boyfriend killed himself. We didn’t call ourselves boyfriends, but we went to the movies together, went to dinner together, and had a lot of sex. Part of the … Continue reading

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What Would Jesus Say?

. What Would Jesus Say? By Robert Boucheron  . There is a gap of thirty years or more from the death of Jesus in about 30 A. D. to the writing of Mark, the earliest gospel, after 60 A. D. … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: LAURA READ

RIP, LAURA’S VAGINA By Laura Read Your vagina is beginning to devitalize, the doctor explained, when I asked him why I had had so many urinary tract infections lately. The first thing I thought was that I should say No, … Continue reading

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