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Poor Town, fiction by Kathryn Kulpa

It’s a poor town. Garbage piles up on side­walks, burst­ing out of split bags, sour and milky donut shop cof­fee run­ning in brack­ish rivers to the curb. Nobody comes to pick up the garbage, or some­times they do, not every … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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