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Lady and the Tramp

Lady and the Tramp by Sasha Jovanovski              Daniel and Adelaide. Daniel and Lady. Daniel, always Daniel—he’d gnash his teeth if you called him Dan. Lady was nicer to him than anyone, but who knows … Read More

CryptidMatch

CryptidMatch by M.C. Gayoso   To: Member #1808 From: CryptidMatch   Dearest CryptidMatch Member,   If you are reading this, congratulations, your relationship is considered a success. Based on a sophisticated algorithm years in the making, our expert matchmakers determined … Read More

How To Make Friends

How To Make Friends by Regina Andreoni   In kindergarten, I was such a loud kid that the deaf boy could hear me talk. This kid came up to me beaming like a broken streetlamp that learned how to flicker. … Read More

The Gaze

The Gaze by Yingchen Yang   On the night of December 5th, 2017, in the very last scene of the Twelfth Night performance at the Shakespeare Theatre Company, the actor who played the Jester looked into my eyes and smiled … Read More

Of A Different Drug

Of A Different Drug by Jubilee Johnson             Yajaira Sepúlveda is going to get traction alopecia.           At least, that’s what her mother says when she watches her daughter getting ready … Read More

I Understand

I Understand by Tom Pattiz           “Okay, I see why you got a C now,” he said, sitting behind his desk as he hunched over the paper. It was more painful than difficult to discern his … Read More

Acting in the Apocalypse

Acting in the Apocalypse by Tanner Call           The end of the world literally ruined my life.         Okay, maybe not technically my whole life, but it definitely destroyed my career. Radioactive cockroaches … Read More

Letter of Resignation

Letter of Resignation by Mary-Cecile Gayoso   Dear Management,         I apologize for addressing this to “Management”. I am not sure who will read this, Randall or Cynthia or Charlotte. I’d address it to someone directly, but … Read More

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