Issue 2

Broken Pretty Things
by Grant Faulkner

Valncia Gardens
by Tom Erikson

Trampling Free Speech
by Nigel French

Broken Pretty Things
by Grant Faulkner

Priscilla’s mother always told her, “A man who wishes you ill is better than a woman who wishes you well.” Many people called her mother a bitch, but many of those people also admired her. Priscilla knew only one thing: She’d be nothing without her mother. It didn’t really matter if she was happy or not; she knew how to get what she wanted. That’s what was important.

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