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Seventy-Four Choices by T.L. Baker
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Everybody assumes I’m one or the other, at first. Sometimes it becomes a game, a mental tally of points in each column, trying to prove the original guess.

Hog for Sorrow by Leopoldine Core

Lucy and Kit sat waiting side by side on a black leather couch, before a long glass window that looked out over Tribeca, the winter sun in their laps. Kit stole sideward glances at Lucy, who hummed, twisting her hair around her fingers in a compulsive fashion.

Danny Lyon by Susan Meiselas
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Meiselas speaks with fellow photographer Lyon on the occasion of his recent survey exhibition at the Menil Collection in Houston.

Excerpt from Sent by Joshua Cohen

Hello my name is Moc and today I have make my first sex on camera. Just for you @

This Is The House That Horse Built by Colum McCann

This First Proof contains the an excerpt from the novel This Is The House That Horse Built.

Mary Ellen Mark’s Falkland Road by Bill Owens

All I can remember about Bombay was everything seemed to be out of control. 

Home by Melanie Rae Thon

November again.

Rent Boy by Gary Indiana

I made the mistake of going there early the other day, get this, I walk in, and I’m, like, the only hustler.

Marlene by Mariarosa Sclauzero
​Claudia Hart

To separate from the past and drift away from the present becomes one sudden thought, yet everything I own is the accumulation of 23 years of life and I cannot go very far from my truths. I should have a job. 

St. EOM by Tom Patterson

Eddie Owens Martin led a bizarre life as an artist, hustler, fortune teller, architect, and religious visionary. His most remarkable artistic endeavor was re-inventing himself as St. EOM.

Empire of the Senseless by Kathy Acker

This is what Abhor, who’s my partner and part robot, told me was her childhood:

Best A’ Friends by Susie Books
Susie Books

“Smile Sugar, giv’ me a nice big hug. They wants this picture, we gives it to ’em.” Sophie grabbed the small girl around the waist and smiled a big toothy grin. 

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