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Reawakening Tragedy For Healing: A Review of SURAT-SURATNYA and MAY 1998

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Bloody Grass

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Baking Bread Children

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Worth Its Weight in Gold

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Swimming Through The In-Between

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The Reinvention Era: A celebration of artists who innovated their sound and style

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COLUMNS

Worth Its Weight in Gold

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We Do Not Grasp The Depths

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Beginning, Middle, Neverending

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Brick by Brick: The Need to Rebuild a Nation's History

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Tales From The Valley: Where Did The Bus Go?

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Sci-Fi Dreams to Reality: Designing our Destiny with AI

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The Sonnet

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James Joyce and the Characteristics of Autistic Fiction

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CREATIVE

Her Moissanite

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My Rose

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Operation Trample

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With What is Left

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Hotter than Hell!

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Ekphrasis for Roots, Frida Kahlo

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Winter Beach

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SATIRE
Abstract blue-and-black lines and shapes surround the playful bubble text 'satire in brief'.

Satire-in-Brief: Edition Six 2022

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A waving cartoon cactus wearing a broad-brimmed hat, red bandana, and red glasses.

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A row of buildings silhouetted against a swirly textured and blurred purple background.

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EDITION SIX 'PHANTASMAGORIA' AVAILABLE NOW!

The harpsichords sound like skeletons. The wings of butterflies open and close like lungs. The trees are murdered for pianos. The dust in the abandoned antique store glows gently, as if made from the powdered skulls of fairies and changelings. Welcome to the weird and wonky world of Edition Six, Phantasmagoria. We bid you to tread carefully...

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