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Two Poems by Nathan Graziano

Rel­a­tive to Guns 'N' Ros­es In a box in the base­ment, strewn with cob­webs, I find a pho­to album and the rat­ty blond wig I wore one Hal­loween in col­lege when I dressed as my alter ego, the front man … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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The Androgynous Coat, fiction by Nathan Graziano

I fin­ished my beer, took a hit off the bowl Toby left packed on the cof­fee table and grabbed my car keys. “Let’s hit the bar,” I called to Toby, who was in his bed­room. “Come here for a sec­ond,” … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Opening Day, fiction by Nathan Graziano

The fore­cast is call­ing for rain on Open­ing Day—not show­ers, but a holy-shit-the-sky-is-pis­s­ing April down­pour. He packs his books into the box­es he picked up at the liquor store while his wife stands in the door­way to their bed­room, her … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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New Fiction from Nathan Graziano

Not for Veg­e­tar­i­ans I. I had nev­er killed any­thing oth­er than bugs, and I told Jay, who laughed and put me in a head­lock. “You need to go duck hunt­ing with me tomor­row after­noon,” he said, and it wasn’t a … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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