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    Political Machines

    I recently caught up with the teaching assistant for an undergraduate humanities course I took years ago, that helped inspire my subsequent studies.  I told him that everything ...

    On November 13, 2018 / By
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    An Awesome Gap

    Around the corner, the lot opened up and the asphalt smoothed out. The rough patches disappeared and Patrick glided along, gaining speed as he headed for a concrete ...

    On October 7, 2018 / By
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    The Asshole

    He was not a very good person. He was, by many accounts, vile, impolite, crude, inappropriate, ignorant, insensitive, and offensive. He was a gifted asshole, a precocious prick, ...

    On September 28, 2018 / By
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    Ask Annie: How Do I Revise?

    Anne Bernays has been a mainstay of Pangyrus since our launch–and a mainstay of fiction and non-fiction writing for decades.  Co-author of What If?, one of the most enduring texts ...

    On September 27, 2018 / By
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    Learning Hungarian

    Roza, my four-year-old daughter, is patient with me as I struggle to understand her. She doesn’t know it, but I’m in awe of the complexity of her sentences ...

    On September 20, 2018 / By
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    Eyewitness

    The eyewitness entered. He had no eyes. Unsteadily he made his way through the courtroom, groping the air with his hands. Blood ran from his eye-sockets, blood so ...

    On August 2, 2018 / By

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    Female Pattern Balding

    The pursuit of beauty comes to this. Selecting a wig color that will best match your eyebrows. Code gender as a form of hypertext. Insert any parenthetical equation. ...

    On June 3, 2018 / By
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    This Gesture

    Look what we have here: some books bought with a student’s savings, as if land purchased for a house that you might never build. Plato, Hegel, The Marxist ...

    On March 11, 2018 / By
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    Nil Nisi of the Dead

                           —variously attributed to Diogenes and Chilon 1. Nothing but good: that’s what I’ve always read. They never ...

    On February 11, 2018 / By

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    An Awesome Gap

    Around the corner, the lot opened up and the asphalt smoothed out. The rough patches disappeared and Patrick glided along, gaining speed as he headed for a concrete ...

    On October 7, 2018 / By
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    The Asshole

    He was not a very good person. He was, by many accounts, vile, impolite, crude, inappropriate, ignorant, insensitive, and offensive. He was a gifted asshole, a precocious prick, ...

    On September 28, 2018 / By
  • Fiction 0

    Eyewitness

    The eyewitness entered. He had no eyes. Unsteadily he made his way through the courtroom, groping the air with his hands. Blood ran from his eye-sockets, blood so ...

    On August 2, 2018 / By

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