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How Much is That Thong in the Window by Susan Mosakowski

How Much is That Thong in the Window by Susan Mosakowski

My zip is 10012. To most people that doesn’t mean anything. If your zip was 75460, for example, you probably wouldn’t have the slightest idea where 10012 was, and for that matter I wouldn’t know where you were either. But for retailers, real estate hounds,…

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Capricorn  By Audrey Romano

Capricorn By Audrey Romano

    INT. PARTY HOUSE – KITCHEN – NIGHT   A cramped kitchen overflows with drunk, preppy college kids. Music throbs from the basement. People filter in and out, bottles and red cups in hand. A Christmas tree leans haphazardly against the wall.   In…

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Bike Fast by Sophia Zdon

Bike Fast by Sophia Zdon

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Four Cartoons: Drawings by Jonathan Logan – Written by Edwin Rivera

Four Cartoons: Drawings by Jonathan Logan – Written by Edwin Rivera

Jonathan Logan is a a sophomore Illustration major at SVA. He has a genuine passion for comics, and will begin work on a graphic novel in the spring. Edwin Rivera is an instructor at SVA and Editor of The Match Factory.

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Oh Oh Jackie O by Stella Pulo

Oh Oh Jackie O by Stella Pulo

Central Park in New York attracts all sorts of people. You may be staying close by at the Plaza Hotel and decide to take your new Prada sneakers for a walk. Or, dressed like a carrot, a coconut or a cashew you may walk around…

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Hateful Things:  A Pillow Book  after Sei Shonagon c.965 by Joanna Anderson

Hateful Things:  A Pillow Book after Sei Shonagon c.965 by Joanna Anderson

My friend Katherine introduces me to her friend, Inga. “This is Joanna.  She’s just sold her horse, and her husband.” She laughs, but is wrong on both counts—the sale of my horse is not recent. She does not ride so I do not attempt to…

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Oh Oh Jackie O by Stella Pulo

Oh Oh Jackie O by Stella Pulo

Central Park in New York attracts all sorts of people. You may be staying close by at the Plaza Hotel and decide to take your new Prada sneakers for a walk. Or, dressed like a carrot, a coconut or a cashew you may walk around…

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Tears of Wine by Seth Edwards

Tears of Wine by Seth Edwards

Anesthetized and drowsy, I made my way through the tired eyes, empty seats and magazines of the hospital waiting room. I could see rain running down the automatic glass doors of the building, and beyond, the lights of a city too tired to sleep. As…

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Torture: The Injustice of it all by Amanda Lu

Torture: The Injustice of it all by Amanda Lu

Torture is defined as “the intentional infliction of extreme physical suffering on some non-consenting, defenseless, other person for the purpose of breaking their will.” Since the time of the Greeks and the Romans, torture has been used to suppress citizens in authoritarian governments. However, in…

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Liberty, Hierarchy, and the Equality Myth by Seamus Light

Liberty, Hierarchy, and the Equality Myth by Seamus Light

Anarchists today are a far different breed than the anarchists of the past. Traditionally, anarchists have been defined not only by their opposition to government, but also to capitalism, private ownership, wage systems, and any perceived form of hierarchy. From the American Christian communes to…

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