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When Trees Pop, by Helen Losse

Two men stand, fists clenched, inside a ring formed by oth­er men. The oth­er men cheer the two men on, while the man knocks anoth­er man down.  Near­by, at an over­pass, sev­er­al boys throw sand and shout the word queer at cer­tain oth­er … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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The Corporeal Chromium Anti-Dowsers Of Elliott Bay, by Dennis Mahagin

After eight straight sun­ny days, with bare clav­i­cles  pink-tin­t­ed as can­dy canes, Pike Street peo­ple keep  think­ing pos­i­tive in wrap-around Vuar­net  sun­glass­es, espe­cial­ly  the Walling­ford gals with teardrop frames  and pinafores, down at the Pub­lic Fish Mar­ket.  Rhine­stone bar­na­cles cling to … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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