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SEPTEMBER'S FEATURE STORIES
Ashton Kamburoff moonlights in a place that's warm and a little desolate, muses on the delicate dynamic of employment.
READ "UNIVERSITY DRIVE-THRU"
Michael Madgar thinks about the news in the afternoon, then when he's got something to say, he writes some solid fiction.
READ "JERRY DIES AT THE END"
Ellie Shorey was recently introduced to the poet Robert Bly's concept of a writer's "shadow bag," and now she rifles through her own.
READ "DIVING INSIDE MY SHADOW BAG"
Rachel Godin tackles the ambiguous subject of the amorphous, evolving self in a little over 1,000 words.
READ "YOUR SMILE IS MOSTLY GUMS"