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    From the Archive: Libby Hague (CAROUSEL 18)

    LIBBY HAGUE Bete + Fox Bete + Foxappear in CAROUSEL 18 — buy it here ...

    On August 5, 2020 / By
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    From the Archive: bill bissett (CAROUSEL 18)

    BILL BISSETT ther was a strangr cum 2 town   that longpurpul nite      all th kiyots gone 2 sleepevreewun was krashd yu cudint see a thingth fog was sew cum in th smothring blankit th knarlee perls inth sky   promising whatyu cud nevr get heer sum say ther was abarn door   creek   in th aweful moon lite   ...

    On August 4, 2020 / By
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    From the Archive: Devendra Banhart (CAROUSEL 18)

    DEVENDRA BANHART Untitled Untitledappears in CAROUSEL 18 — buy it here ...

    On August 3, 2020 / By
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    From the Archive: Glenna Foerster (CAROUSEL 17)

    GLENNA FOERSTER Deer (2004) Deer appears in CAROUSEL 17 — buy it here ...

    On July 30, 2020 / By
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    From the Archive: Allison Chow (CAROUSEL 17)

    ALLISON CHOW Some Three Hours in the Evening of August Sixteenth When I Am Nineteen One of my grandfathers looks like a Chinese Dustin Hoffman. He has gotten more handsome with age. When we go out to restaurantson SaturdaysI open doors for himbecause he is decades olderthan I ambut morebecause my reverencefor him cannot be containedsilentlyor only within me. Really it is ...

    On July 29, 2020 / By
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    From the Archive: gustave morin (CAROUSEL 17)

    GUSTAVE MORIN What Can a Dog Do? What Can a Dog Do?appears in CAROUSEL 17 — buy it here ...

    On July 28, 2020 / By
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    From the Archive: J.R. Myers (CAROUSEL 17)

    J.R. MYERS The Last Snowman It was a battle again; Ray pushing and demanding, never satisfied because he didn’t know what he wanted; Ethel pining to be left alone, wanting nothing more than to gaze at old familiar things and daydream.       “It’s no use your moping around,” Ray scowled when his wife refused to come outside with him.      ...

    On July 27, 2020 / By
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    From the Archive: Carey Ann Schaefer (CAROUSEL 16)

    CAREY ANN SCHAEFER Irregular Snow Couple Irregular Snow Couple appears in CAROUSEL 16 — buy it here ...

    On July 24, 2020 / By
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    From the Archive: Dunja Lukic (CAROUSEL 16)

    DUNJA LUKIC December 1992 I. It was in the shadows of a dark first winterwhen the stars were frozen in the night domeand even with our spinningwe couldn’t shake them from the skyheld our hungry mouths openwaiting for those falling universes to explode on our tongues expectant hoping our bellies would be swollen with stars. II. With wide seven year old eyes ...

    On July 23, 2020 / By
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    From the Archive: Dan Wells (CAROUSEL 16)

    DAN WELLS Spare Change There he was, once again. Sitting on his bench, clothed in a knatty white dress shirt, collar curling like a dead leaf, dress pants cinched so tight they ballooned. He had a build for begging, emaciated limbs striking right angles, threatening to poke new holes in his clothing. He smiled at Paul, wished him a good morning. Paul ...

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    From the Archive: Jeannie Thib (CAROUSEL 16)

    JEANNIE THIB Dissections Plate III + IV Dissections Plate III + IV appears in CAROUSEL 16 — buy it here ...

    On July 21, 2020 / By
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    From the Archive: John B. Lee (CAROUSEL 16)

    JOHN B. Lee Drugging the Fishes It seemsthe things we flushare drugging the fishesin New York City, for instancethere’s enough Prozacin the East Riverto keepthe herring happy as housewivesin sitcoms all seasonproblem is — they’ve lost theirinterest in spawning, soif and when the males come-a-milting(though they mostly come-a-tilting)they keep their eggsto themselves, their roe in sacks like bobblesthey’re so swim-dizzy they’ve lost ...

    On July 20, 2020 / By
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    From the Archive: Brian Burke (CAROUSEL 15)

    BRIAN BURKE Hibiscus iguanas hide in the drain pipesof a twenty-foot walloutside our studio doorfeed on the hibiscuscamouflaged from gamekeepersintent on banishing themto the lush green golf coursebeside the ocean the iguana journey back hang on overhead palm branches bury themselves in small rock crevices dig out shaded caves near the shore & finally stretch their necks out of the drain-piped wall ...

    On July 16, 2020 / By
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    From the Archive: D.N. Simmers (CAROUSEL 15)

    D.N. SIMMERS Letting an Umbrella Open Into the Wind                                     I let                                                                 an ...

    On July 15, 2020 / By
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    From the Archive: Wendy Lu (CAROUSEL 15)

    WENDY LU Untitled Untitled appears in CAROUSEL 15 — buy it here ...

    On July 14, 2020 / By