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Triptych: Jason Jackson

TRIPTYCH An artwork in three panels A Photographic Triptych, Jason Jackson 2019 Something Better   Jay I’d always known Karen fancied him. “It’ll be fun,” she said. Sometimes, she liked putting her fingers in my mouth. When she pushed them…
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Triptych: Sarah Freligh

TRIPTYCH Her story 1: Father Four nights straight the stranger sits in her section paying for cans of Pabst from a pile of tens. Friday night, they park at the reservoir and pass a silver flask, make bets on what’s…
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Triptych: Len Kuntz

The Bone Chaperone 1. The ghost was hungriest at night.  Groaning from starvation.  Scraping the walls.  Dizzy and running into furniture. Sis said it was Dad, drunk again, but I knew better. The ghost liked me least and would never…
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Triptych: Barry Basden

Names from Another War For three days, the Traveling Wall—half, maybe three-quarter size—stands on a hill in a far corner of the fort, away from the bustle of the main post. Families of a certain age and old-timers in boonie…
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Special Feature: Jim Heynen

Ruminations Lawn Rabbit The rabbit has not told me what her schedule is, but there she is on the backyard lawn every time I step out the door.  Nothing remarkable about her.  If you’ve seen one cottontail, you’ve seen them…
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