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Andreas Economakis

“Ela Re Malaka” by Andreas Economakis   I awake suddenly from a deep and catatonic sleep. In a dream that quickly flutters away, I am pinned underneath a bulky red Lancia, desperately trying to lift it off of me. At … Continue reading

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“Exodus” by Andreas Economakis 3:30 p.m. Los Angeles, California. Five months after 9/11. I’m sitting in the passenger seat of Clive’s dented, dirt-brown Cherokee, staring out the window. The West Hollywood scenery streams past me in colorful, repetitive bursts. White … Continue reading

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Andreas Economakis

That Whirring Noise by Andreas Economakis “I’m trying to figure out where that high-pitched noise is coming from,” I say in Greek, tired eyes scanning over her shoulders. “What noise?” she asks, innocently. Her eyes circle over my head, like … Continue reading

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Cockroach. Flickr photograph by Kidicarus222. COCKROACH by Andreas Economakis It’s late summer afternoon, one of those calm afternoons that warms the skin, coating the entire body in a heavy yet soft cocoon.  I’m in a little seaside village in Southern … Continue reading

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