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RUNAWAY PARADE ISSUE SIXTY-SIX, MARCH 1, 2014

hiatus \hī-ˈā-təs\ v. 1 a : a break in or as if in a material object : gap <the hiatus between the theory and the practice of the party — J. G. Colton> b : a gap or passage in an anatomical part or organ 2 a : an interruption in time or continuity : break; especially : a period when something (as a program or activity) is suspended or interrupted <after a 5-year hiatus from writing> b : the occurrence of two vowel sounds without pause or intervening consonantal sound

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Dear Reader,
Runaway Parade will be going on a hiatus until June, 2014. We look forward to bringing you more great art and literary works starting then. Thank you so much for your continued support!
Sincerely,
Gwen Ruelle and Sam Bryant

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Untitled
DUNCAN

Essay: I don’t often ride the subway, but when I do, I try to take the first or last car on the train. I like the dim view through the scratched windows down the tracks, and watching the brightly lit stations appear and disappear...

The Prodigal
THEA ROBIN ENGST

Poem: There had been, had always been, a stench he
could not remove. Unlike his older brother,
who hardly bathed, the younger wanted sea
air, but was instead haunted by scents of

Let's
ERIKA NICHOLS

Poem: If you listen
Your heartbeat is a ticking clock
counting down lightning bolts
until it explodes.


The Big Race: Octopus
JULIA HIMMELSTEIN
Relief Print

The Big Pause
AMY FRUCHTMAN

Poem: Run away with
pennies in the jar
while the window’s
jilted open...
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Canalino del Prete
HILLARY GIACOMELLI
Etching with Aquatint
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Untitled
EMILY DUNNE
Mixed Media
Trying to Find Mr. Rudd
IRVING GREENFIELD

Fiction: There was a history to how this particular story came into being. It began more than fifty years ago, but at the time Paul Hoskins didn't know it was a story. It was a question: what happened to William Rudd. He disappeared, vanished. Paul was twenty-two then and now he was closing in on becoming an octogenarian. In the years between he became an author and looking for a story became a way of life.
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Mirror Wolves
RAMON LEZ
Oil on canvas
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In the Beginning
OKSANA PROKOPENKO
Oil on canvas

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