TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Slopes of Davos
by T. PAUL COX
by MICHELLE LHOOQ
Just the Facts
by JESSE ELLIAS SPAFFORD
I Want to Believe
by JARROD SHANAHAN
by AMANDA SHAPIRO
On I, Mary MacLane
by SARAH NICOLE PRICKETT
by ATOSSA ARAXIA ABRAHAMIAN
Unsolicited Advice for the End Times
by MICHAEL SEIDENBERG
It’s been clear to most people for some time that the world we live in is ending. This has always been true and also never been true enough. But at least this world, the one where white men and their valets conspire to make money make money, is on its way out. The numbers aren’t adding up. People are getting jumpy…
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