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Punchlist, Week of 8/18/14

"Pretend this is the first you have ever heard of the Tactical Adventure Medical Preparedness Outdoors Necessity." Creek Stewart introduces you to the tampon.
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5 Anagram Tankas
Poetry

5 Anagram Tankas

Five Anagram Tankas by poet Diana Smith Bolton.
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Lies My Cousin Told Me That I Believed
Poetry

Lies My Cousin Told Me That I Believed

"that Methodists drank blood for communion, / and worshipped in the dead of night," A new poem by Meg Eden.
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Signification
Fiction

Signification

"It started hailing just then, not violently or anything, just a tink-tink-tink against the concrete of the walkways outside, a rustling of the oak tree’s leaves." New fiction from Zach VandeZande.
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Classic Review: 1984
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Classic Review: 1984

"Like so many sci-fi authors and Tarot card readers, George Orwell sat down one day, combed out his half-mustache, and pondered the fate of humanity." Jamie Leigh reviews 1984.
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The Meaning of Life (in One Thousand Words or Less)
Features

The Meaning of Life (in One Thousand Words or Less)

Why are we here? Where are we going? Punchnel's wants to know.
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Try Email
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Try Email

Rolli is busy pretending to be busy.

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Three Poems by April Michelle Bratten
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Three Poems by April Michelle Bratten

"The Deer," "Anne's Sadness," and "To Write a Letter When There is Too Much to Say." Three new poems from April Michelle Bratten.

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Drunks at the Reenactment of The Last Waltz at The Vogue on 7/26/13
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Drunks at the Reenactment of The Last Waltz at The Vogue on 7/26/13

"Last summer’s edition, this time held at The Vogue, was amazing as usual, but also notable for the many excellent drunks in the audience." Jen Bingham rates the show within the show.

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Shazambro! and 3 Other Stories
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Shazambro! and 3 Other Stories

"Look at that gut! He’s been wearing that same inside-out Captain Marvel T-shirt for six days at least, and I should know, I’ve been doing double shifts." Four short fictions from Uzodinma Okehi.

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Galapagos for Oldies
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Galapagos for Oldies

‘You can’t go to Galápagos, you’re too old for that kind of thing!’ Mary Rose Boehm proves the haters wrong.

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No Brag. Just Fact.
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No Brag. Just Fact.

"Literary journal Midwestern Gothic has teamed up with Well Done and Punchnel's to bring you the literary event of the summer." MC Alex Mattingly breaks it down.

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Epitaph
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Epitaph

"I worked on a construction site, and I / had sun, and wind, and over me the sky." New poetry by James Hutchings.

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Drunks at the Reenactment of The Last Waltz at The Vogue on 7/26/13

"Last summer’s edition, this...

No Brag. Just Fact.

"Literary journal Midwestern Gothic...

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Let’s Get Lost?

"All maps, no matter how detailed, leave plenty of room for secrets." Robin Beery reviews Trap Street, which appeared at the 2014 Indy Film Fest.

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