Runaway Parade
     
RUNAWAY PARADE ISSUE FIFTEEN, DECEMBER 16, 2011

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


Untitled

HILLARY GIACOMELLI
Lithograph Print
14 x 10 inches

America’s Bipartisan Push towards Partisan Politics
SAM BRYANT
Nonfiction: Adrenaline poured through my body forcing each cell into agitated spasms. My hands stopped shaking after a quarter mile and I realized three things: I was going five in a forty five, was still a liberal, and could still hear Howie.

The Woman and Nelson
ANDREW BAILEY
Fiction: Sirens began to yelp, accompanied by bright blue and red lights. Two plain clothed officers were handcuffing a young man and shoving him into the back of their car.


A Bone to Pick
HANA FRUCHTENICHT
Marker on Paper
8 x 10 inches

Warning
ELENA TOWERS
Poem: Boy, yes
my gun was beautiful ugly
some big dick nasty thing

BFF
TESS CUTLER
Creative Essay:
Best friends, wet acrylics, and dive bars.


Excuse Me
HILLARY GIACOMELLI
Aquatint Print
6 x 4 inches

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