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Their affair had ended badly, and Clement thought Nina had nothing more to say to him. But months later, in December, she phoned to tell him the worst of it...
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Peter Leight

Spreading like an estuary, the lines move away from each other, moving apart, as if they need...
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Matt McBride

Oily fingerprints/decoupage everything./The not-things...
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Tim Kahl

The crispness of the night remains at the bottom, a vanished design...
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Translation: DePasquale/Kiefer

Dogfight in a former logging town. Damp earth too soft...
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rob mclennan

Shale and shank. A sentence, lined. This isolated attention. Crosscut. Bang the kettle, drum...
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