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Bless this City, Born with a Strong Face

You traveled the rustic winter road: blue houses with cracked walls and leaves-covered steps, street sweepers recalled a life not ruled by dull-eyed sons who walked cocaine-trades and shot by…


Red Lipstick (Some People)

Some people by selecting evidence in the mirror (like a clueless dog) investing in failed architectures (from before the war) sleeping in parental hammocks (with their shameful matrices) souping fear…


The Debtors’ University

A DROLL FROM THE ROARING GIRL The debtors’ university is such a refined hierarchy; you start off posh, the Master’s Ward, and say, ‘Pish, this is not so hard’; arriving…