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Imaginary Papers: Issue 11

Lafayette Cruise, Azucena Castro & Joey Eschrich

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University, Speaking, by Phoebe Wagner

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Becoming Birch, by Carter Meland

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Imaginary Papers: Issue 10

Pippa Goldschmidt, Paul Cockburn & Joey Eschrich

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Imaginary Papers: Issue 9

Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay, Bob Beard & Joey Eschrich

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Andre left his country after University when one of his film projects was banned by the government and they persecuted and threatened to jail him. He returned secretly to save


Carlos is just like any other young man in his twenties: he wants a chance to make his own way in the world, and define himself on his own terms.


Gladys loved her life on the farm: the big open skies, the stars, the chance to see wildlife before it disappeared. And she loved raising her children there, even though

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