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What Did We Decide ..., P. D. Jones Jan 1974

What Did We Decide ..., P. D. Jones

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Impressions Of John, Larry Carley Jan 1974

Impressions Of John, Larry Carley

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Black letters stamped on the door read "MEN. " As I enter the place, the bare porcelain fixtures stare at me blank and expressionless, sweating with tiny droplets of moisture. The place is cold and stagnant, like something out of the last century...


The Rise And Fall Of Mellow Moonbeam, Rod Drake Jan 1974

The Rise And Fall Of Mellow Moonbeam, Rod Drake

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And so it came to pass that all was in the past and young Uhric Zetel experienced a profound, prophetic urge to leave his father's trade the Triple X Flesh Emporium and cleanse himself of the dregs of earthly sin and vice to search for a humble way to serve mankind and reveal the cosmic secrets of the mysterious Etc. which he had mystically discovered to eager seekers everywhere...


Laughing Children On Slicky Slides, Larry D. Witte Jan 1974

Laughing Children On Slicky Slides, Larry D. Witte

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I am beginning to believe that what happened to me was only a dream. A journey into my unconsciousness and nothing more...


Upstairs Boy, Corinne Stanley Jan 1974

Upstairs Boy, Corinne Stanley

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Upstairs boy that's what you are you're always upstairs Your head is not your head it's the bong's head the reefer's smile Your eyes aren't blue no they are brown and crinkled and smoked out fizzled frazzeled fucked up


Art, Brian Tormey Jan 1974

Art, Brian Tormey

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Plastic Dolls, Mary Martin Jan 1974

Plastic Dolls, Mary Martin

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I set the pitcher of beer down with six mugs. 'That will be $1.60, please." "Keep the change." "Damn it, Bill, what did you do that for?" "Ah, hell, she's got nice tits." I bit back the words...


Art, Bruce Buck Jan 1974

Art, Bruce Buck

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Art, Stewart Buck Jan 1974

Art, Stewart Buck

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Art, Mike Barz Jan 1974

Art, Mike Barz

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Art, Bruce Alleman Jan 1974

Art, Bruce Alleman

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Poem, David Schrader Jan 1974

Poem, David Schrader

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First Date, Ed Hawks Jan 1974

First Date, Ed Hawks

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Notes From The Third Bunk Car, Malvern K. Iles Jan 1974

Notes From The Third Bunk Car, Malvern K. Iles

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The Visit, Patricia Edwards Jan 1974

The Visit, Patricia Edwards

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Art, Charlotte Colvin Jan 1974

Art, Charlotte Colvin

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Underground, Steve Norder Jan 1974

Underground, Steve Norder

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A chatter sound from far away Like rats scratching their toes. Musty earth smells come floating by— We think of pending woes...


We Are A Dreaming People, R. Lamonte Jenkins Jan 1974

We Are A Dreaming People, R. Lamonte Jenkins

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We are a dreaming people . . . And love is the makeup we wear. Continue to drive in rainstroms, Open the windows and wet your hands— To some deserted province of contemplation...


Twilight, Wayne Svoboda Jan 1974

Twilight, Wayne Svoboda

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He sits in the dark shades drawn musty odors everywhere. Cuffed pants sag on his aging form, his shirt soiled by fugitive crumbs victim of weakened eyes and unsteady hands...


Art, Mary Herrick Jan 1974

Art, Mary Herrick

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Art, Amy Johnson Jan 1974

Art, Amy Johnson

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Art, Jim Selzer Jan 1974

Art, Jim Selzer

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Poem In Which The Corporate Power Of The A. C. Nielsen Company Is Defined, Defied, And Denied, Sara Lindquist Jan 1974

Poem In Which The Corporate Power Of The A. C. Nielsen Company Is Defined, Defied, And Denied, Sara Lindquist

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a.c. nielsen company you are trying to trap me in a web of wire looped coast to coast, to beat me down with a mass of decimals and digits and smother me beneath an eternal pile of pink blue green yellow and salmon colored pages on inconsequenciality...


Art, Mary Frank Jan 1974

Art, Mary Frank

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Cover Art, Dan Kohl Jan 1974

Cover Art, Dan Kohl

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Anna Mae Seabrook, Crusader, Jim Pollock Jan 1974

Anna Mae Seabrook, Crusader, Jim Pollock

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News Item in the Des Moines Register: MILWAUKEE, WIS. (AP)—Anna Mae Seabrook has asked a court to have her first name legally changed to Sam. To this day, visitors to Milwaukee invariably go to see the venerable old courthouse where the historic event took place...


A Normal Death, Marian Morton Jan 1974

A Normal Death, Marian Morton

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Death—the word is spoken with low and hushed voice, with ominous tone. I suppose I first became acquainted with death as a small child in Rochester, Minnesota, where my brother Natty and I would wake up early on rainy Saturdays and eat bowls of Wheaties and watch the cartoons on television...


Letters To Zinjanthropus, Bill Collison Jan 1974

Letters To Zinjanthropus, Bill Collison

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THESE ancient documents were discovered by the great German archaeologist Dr. Felix von Scheistsprechter at his dig in Kenya in 1964. They have baffled scholars of antiquity ever since...


East Midwest Egde, Marie E. Grimmus Jan 1974

East Midwest Egde, Marie E. Grimmus

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One morning rising half rainbow over West Virginia I, nested in rocks awake wide to find a mountain in my hug...


Art, Allen Koessel Jan 1974

Art, Allen Koessel

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