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Fiesta de las Ñatitas by Jeremy Wetter - Sam Preminger

"never to be forgotten and always to be respected and cared for"

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Poetry Suite by Sage Lilac - Sam Preminger

"why do people think that / they can’t say no when God asks them / to hate someone?"

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Poetry Suite by Ken Yoshikawa - Sam Preminger

"There is an order you must understand before you can make language dance."

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Holding the Line by Kimberly Kimble - Sam Preminger

"staying quiet about injustices is no longer an option."

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america is…by Igor Brezhnev - Sam Preminger

"an angry white man shouting. / hide my accent please"

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Poet: Mark Parsons, Japan - Sam Preminger

Small Doggies Single Poem Feature #3: Mark Parsons, Japan Chlorine My sister’s vagina comes alive underwater, in the shallow end of our pool. The water’s not cloudy and I can see everything push out between Dad’s meaty fingers: The curved beak of clitoris unhooded at the apex of yawning skin set between rubbery outer lips. Dad’s on the second of three steps leading into the pool with my sister on his lap. I’m wearing my…

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