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    ‘Ask Annie’: An Advice Column for Writers

    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 January 21, 2018 / By
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    Why we break things

    To open separate window, click button on upper right of comic display   ...

    On January 20, 2018 / By
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    Tourniquet

    The day after I passed my ninth grade finals, I began a summer job at a country inn. The tips weren’t great, but I liked the way the ...

    On November 14, 2017 / By
  • Fiction 1

    Someone Called for You

    1 When she turned the corner of the store, holding two gallons of paint in one hand and box of rainbow chalk in the other, I realized I’d ...

    On October 27, 2017 / By
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    Home No More

    I stood in the fourth-floor lounge at Cambridge Innovation Center, my gaze switching back and forth between the innovators—who were drinking their morning coffees and teas—and the Syrian ...

    On October 2, 2017 / By
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    The Ghost Speaks

    I forgot how sweaty it was being alive, the slow creep down the gutter of the spine, the flush when the sweat hits the thigh and slides down ...

    On October 1, 2017 / By

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    Someone Called for You

    1 When she turned the corner of the store, holding two gallons of paint in one hand and box of rainbow chalk in the other, I realized I’d ...

    On October 27, 2017 / By
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    Parnassus

    The year my father moved to Oregon, I asked Santa to bring me a puppy. When he didn’t deliver, I began my lobbying campaign. I had the perfect ...

    On June 9, 2017 / By
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    Isle of Delights

    The lake was alive with lights: the lanterns on the boats golden and round like hundreds of miniature suns, and the moon so heavy on the horizon it ...

    On December 31, 2016 / By

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