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James Schuyler thought to call his book The Crystal Lithium
when he was my age without knowing he was going to. . .
It sounds like someone wound up the wrens
and let them go, let them chatter across your lawn
we are not scaling we are hunters in this drape called body we have / hardened our old selves pricked peeled consumed . . .
Short fiction by Tyler McAndrew.
Age-old anti-labor strategies get a liberal twist.
The push to reopen the schools pulls parents in all directions.