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Stories & essays will be released on our website weekly starting in May.

Letter from the Editors
Aleksandra Hill, Kanika Agrawal, Rowan Morrison, Zhui Ning Chang, Isabella Kestermann, and Sachiko Ragosta

Special Content

Coming soon: excerpt of Liar, Dreamer, Thief and an interview with its author, Maria Dong!

Interview with Naseem Jamnia
Questions by Aleksandra Hill

Excerpt: The Bruising of Qilwa
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Cover: Issue 3.1
The Creeping Moon

Previously Published


Category: Issue 1.2


Our Bones Were the Mortar

I grew up the daughter of necromancers and undertakers, well acquainted with unmoored spirits. Singing, weeping, and hearty, rich food were well-known qualities of a

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For Future Generations

Of all the Jewish holidays, Sukkot was the hardest to celebrate in space. Rabbi Greenberg had been a young child when her family boarded the

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Green, Yellow, Red

Do you still remember June? Do you remember how we were back then? I’ll give you some clues: the air, thick with barbecue smoke and

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Love at the End

20 October 2060 I woke up hungover the day after Kuala Lumpur was supposed to end. At first, all I could understand was the sharp,

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Issue 1.2

Seeing Myself in Unexpected Places

As a transracially and transnationally adopted woman of color, I generally don’t enjoy “adoption” stories—with adoption as a defining character trait or plot point—by non-adoptee authors. But books have a wonderful ability to pleasantly surprise me when I’m least expecting it.

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Golden Girl

By the time you reach Holtsburg, where your wrong family is waiting for you, you don’t speak at all.  “Oh,” says your wrong mother after

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