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At times, in the face of the unknown, we turn to the certainty of the unknowable.
With stories of Prom
etheus and Narcissus, dragons, Rapunzel, the Damned and the Divine, and traditions as time-honored as Caileen W. ’27’s “Late-Night Snack,” it is our honor to share with you a collection of work that experiments with the confluence of the natural and supernatural, real and surreal, life and legend. These are the stories that ground us, reminding us where we come from and, perhaps, hinting at what lies ahead.


New Year, New Issue

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