Runaway Parade
     
RUNAWAY PARADE ISSUE FOURTEEN, DECEMBER 1, 2011

adversary \ad'vər'se'rē\ n. 1. One's opponent in a contest, conflict, or dispute. 2. The Devil.


Untitled
EMILY DUNNE
Mixed Media
4 x 7 inches

Holy Water
ERIN LYNN
Poem: Mary wakes this morning to the chorus of her cracking bones / and, squinting out the window, perceives a sheen of ice

Nightsticks and Butter Tea
NOAH BRAUTIGAM
Nonfiction: He spoke English well, and would often sit close to me, holding my arm, and tell me in a low voice about Chinese atrocities in Tibet. Behind us the television blared with the nightly Hindi soap opera.


I'm With Stupid
MARSHALL PRATT
Found object assemblage, Satin Wallpaint, leather paper, plywood

Meadowlark Hearth
SARAH KING
Poem: To the North / A whispering army stands erect, / tassels potent with impotence, / ready to dispatch fine powder on open ears, / converting food into fuel.
Hurricane
JASON WANG
Nonfiction: Somehow, as if by osmosis, a Bonnie & Clyde relationship forms. We're the first pair to complete the ropes course. In calc, we're both dialed in the same way, slightly hunched forward, hanging onto Dr. Ashton's every word
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Nightmare at the
End of the World

PATRICK METZGER
Poem: As we walk down into the Fulton Street station, there is a man standing in the stairwell on his cell phone. His voice is urgent and stumbling.