• The Swamp Issue
    June 2017 #41
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    • because what has hardened will never win Photo by Molly Steele.

    • My Butt, My Rules When people read you as a bottom, it can be hard to stay confident in your desire to top.

    • Dr. Frank MD On radical healthcare: popup clinics, underground services, and communal preventative care.

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    Table Of Contents

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    Internet Crushing on Guayaba (Aeon Fux)
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    Nature Poems That Break You Food for Thot co-host Fran Tirado reviews Tommy Pico’s new book Nature Poem.

    Cancer alley

    A 100-mile stretch from New Orleans to Baton Rouge has over 156 industrial facilities and is the most toxic land in the Western hemisphere.

    The Hidden Struggle of Cancer Alley

    by Aria Alamalhodaei

    Princessnokia

    Watch Princess Nokia’s G.O.A.T. The first single from Deluxe 1992 gives us new life.

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    Molly from the Swamp
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    Being the subMedia
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    Trade Secrets by J.P. Tamang

    The Filching Troll of Deinal Park

    Sometimes a john will stiff you. Do you let them get away with it?

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    DJ Bitchcraft’s “Tensions” Mix puts a a swarm of obstinate DJs and producers in conversation – the perfect soundtrack for a boiling summer

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    “Silly girl,” I thought to myself when my friend decided to stay together with her sexist boyfriend. Little did I know I’d have to eat those words one day.

    Eating My Words

    by Alex Wolfe

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    R.I.P. Prodigy! We remember him by this incredible video where he discusses the ins and outs of cooking and staying healthy while in prison.

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    While the rise of online shopping has forced many retail stores to close, the fast fashion industry contines to grow. Madison Van Oort attributes this to their stark commitment to innovation and exploitation of retail workers.

    Fast Fashion is Challenging the Retail Apocalypse Narrative

    by Madison Van Oort

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    As Bad As They
    Cameoswampweb

    Cameos Alou Minati, Alessandra Hoshor, and Avry give us their sense of the swampy South.

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    Sci-Fi for the Ungovernable Reading like a nerdier version of The Coming Insurrection, in Cory Doctorow’s Walkaway the revolution really comes.

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    Loving a father is perpetual heartache. You never know how close you are to losing him, or how far away.

    Waiting for My Father in Infinity

    by Devin Kelly

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    Things don’t happen how they are supposed to, but this time Uncle Bob made sure to die.

    Dead and Dying on the Bayou

    by M.E. Funke

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    Rock ‘n’ Roll Forever
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    Dream Boat
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    When Is a Tweet a Novel? Ruby Brunton reviews Darcie Wilder’s new novel Literally Show Me a Healthy Person

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    At some point, years ago, some people must have asked, Why can’t the punks have a parade too?

    Dancing in the Street

    by Jason Christian

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    Horoscopes by Corina Dross

    June 2017

    There are still so many undiscovered worlds. Dig around a little more. Risk discovery.

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    Letters by Em Marshall

    To The Swamp

    This is the Swamp Issue where we transform our stubborn selves into lively new things, gentle, flexible, and deadly.

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