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ZYZZYVA Issue No. 118 The Anniversary Issue
by ZYZZYVA (editor) (#118)

(2020). ZYZZYVA. ZYZZYVA.


ZYZZYVA, 2020. 226 pages.

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No terms yet!
p.51
believing they witnessed the beginning of a catas…
The 2016 election casts a terrible heap of shadow…
p.48
forget the people who came before us
[...] My ability to take a little jog to my polli…
p.28
guess who was standing there waiting for us
Once, I and a friend of ours blindfolded BJ and d…
p.26
in our basement, where our kids keep all their to…
Let's be Beage. Age forty. White. Brown hair. Six…
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I think I'd come to hate my life
[...] Music had been his major in college. Why wa…

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Behold Us Two Boys Sitting Together
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nonfiction by Dave Madden: “I’m about to tell you about a friendship that’s lasted thirty years and perhaps the first thing to learn is that there are certain subjects we don’t talk about directly.”

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Behold Us Two Boys Sitting Together
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nonfiction by Dave Madden: “I’m about to tell you about a friendship that’s lasted thirty years and perhaps the first thing to learn is that there are certain subjects we don’t talk about directly.”

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Poetry by Meg Hurtado Bloom
(missing author)

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Work Night
(missing author)

fiction by Lysley Tenorio: From her computer, thousands of miles away, Maxima offers a lonely North Dakotan his idea of the perfect woman.

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Work Night
(missing author)

fiction by Lysley Tenorio: From her computer, thousands of miles away, Maxima offers a lonely North Dakotan his idea of the perfect woman.

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Poetry by Troy Jollimore
(missing author)

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Cathedrals of Hope
(missing author)

nonfiction by Lauren Markham: On the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, the project of democracy and the right to vote remain contested.

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Cathedrals of Hope
(missing author)

nonfiction by Lauren Markham: On the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, the project of democracy and the right to vote remain contested.

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Poetry by Dujie Tahat
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Poetry by Dujie Tahat
(missing author)

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Swamp Tyrant
(missing author)

fiction by Santiago José Sánchez: Out camping, two kids navigate the yearning for belonging and the harsh imposition of a Boy’s Mission.

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Swamp Tyrant
(missing author)

fiction by Santiago José Sánchez: Out camping, two kids navigate the yearning for belonging and the harsh imposition of a Boy’s Mission.

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Poetry by John Sibley Williams
(missing author)

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Poetry by Deborah Kuan
(missing author)

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Poetry by Deborah Kuan
(missing author)

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89

Alabama Funeral
(missing author)

fiction by Kristen Iskandrian

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Alabama Funeral
(missing author)

fiction by Kristen Iskandrian

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Poetry by Emma Winsor Wood
(missing author)

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Community Plot
(missing author)

fiction by Bryan Washington: What can a young man learn about the ways of being in this world from the older neighbor in his building?

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Community Plot
(missing author)

fiction by Bryan Washington: What can a young man learn about the ways of being in this world from the older neighbor in his building?

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Poetry by Jennifer Richter
(missing author)

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149

The Showcase Court
(missing author)

by Mark Chiusano: What could be the catch to an offer to play pick-up basketball on a luxurious estate? (fiction)

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The Showcase Court
(missing author)

by Mark Chiusano: What could be the catch to an offer to play pick-up basketball on a luxurious estate? (fiction)

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Poetry by Lisa HIggs
(missing author)

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Poetry by Lisa HIggs
(missing author)

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The Patterns of History

Margaret Wilkerson Sexton talks to John McMurtrie about her road to becoming an author and how her novels examine questions of generational patterns, colorism, and progress.

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The Patterns of History

Margaret Wilkerson Sexton talks to John McMurtrie about her road to becoming an author and how her novels examine questions of generational patterns, colorism, and progress.

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Atitlan
(missing author)

fiction by Peter Orner

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Atitlan
(missing author)

fiction by Peter Orner

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Before and After
(missing author)

fiction by Elizabeth Reichert. i really liked this story - first person, narrator is a well-off middle-aged man in hong kong, wife named elodie, meets a man in prison named hari who robbed his jewelry store to pay off his son's debts (son died)

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Before and After
(missing author)

fiction by Elizabeth Reichert. i really liked this story - first person, narrator is a well-off middle-aged man in hong kong, wife named elodie, meets a man in prison named hari who robbed his jewelry store to pay off his son's debts (son died)

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