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michael prihoda.

Maybe Indeterminate By: Michael Prihoda

I have a choice. You have a choice. Maybe indeterminate but there it is, before us, almost blinding and revolting, disgusting in its girth and width, spread like a desert infinite in that terrifying way. Nothing is what you think. Unless it is. Because of this thing we call choice I can tell you about a real-life, in no way fictional character: a bear, constant, lacking demeanor, relatively effortless in his existence. He smashes plates continually in a forest, the dull ceramic destruction barely reaching the leaf conglomerates of the nearest branches as the bear picks one plate at a time off his endless stack

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The Bitchin' Kitsch May 2015 Issue  

The Bitchin' Kitsch is a zine for artists, poets, prose writers, or anyone else who has something to say. It exists for the purpose of open...

The Bitchin' Kitsch May 2015 Issue  

The Bitchin' Kitsch is a zine for artists, poets, prose writers, or anyone else who has something to say. It exists for the purpose of open...

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