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Colleen Tighe is an illustrator, cartoonist, and usually the very loud, grumpy person in the back of the room. She is too stubborn to give up on a socialist future.
First, we’re skinny-dipping,
Sam & I, in a pond in Tennessee,
which is his idea, I should say,
opens inside of you. First fissure, then split, then spread: this body
unfurling thick and heavy-headed as a peony, as. . .
Hair rollers set under what oven doors pack,
strands of coiled bounty bound to heat.
Government e-learning programs lay bare India's digital divide.
“Indian Matchmaking” shows the pressures to compromise, and to climb the social ladder.
A new short story by Eugene Lim.