Runaway Parade
     
RUNAWAY PARADE ISSUE SIXTEEN, JANUARY 1, 2012

occupation \ä-kyə-ˈpā-shən\ n. 1. a. an activity in which one engages b. the principal business of one's life: vocation 2. a. the possession, use, or settlement of land b. the holding of an office or position 3. a. the act or process of taking possession of a place or area b. the holding and control of an area by a foreign military force


Aviator Kitties

JULIA HIMMELSTEIN
Linoleum Print
8 x10 inches

Alma
JASON WANG
Fiction: “I’m looking for a dishwasher. It’s ten an hour if you want it.” On this summer afternoon, Marcos Luceri is wearing jeans and a Lionel Messi jersey.

Dead Man Walking
LISA CHODORKOFF
Nonfiction:Dreary, drugged and damn happy about eating a post-surgery BLT, I watched my parents try to locate my pants from an enormous zip-lock bag.

The Clash in Couplets
(POV from the GOP)

TESS CUTLER
Poem: In Syria, Lybia, and Egypt too, / The clash of many against the few.


OccupyCity
LINDA ZHANG
Architecture: Bleak, expansive and shapeless are words which are increasing beginning to characterize our cities. Cities scaled to the size of cars, devoid of activity, barren and alienating. How can we begin to reclaim these spaces on a human scale?

Illuminations
ANNI ZHU
Fiction: I stole countless kisses in flickering theaters and we fumbled gangling limbs in the dark. I can never tell when something is ending or beginning but now I guess that was the start.

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Bloody Hands
ZACH GOLD
Interactive Video