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RipRap_Vol-37_2015

RipRap_Vol-37_2015

iprap journal 37 1

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  • Page 7 and 8: editing credits Editor-in-Chief Art
  • Page 9: art Bay Area Figurative Revisited,
  • Page 14 and 15: A Boss Should Be Taylor Mims I. An
  • Page 16 and 17: Backroad Purshia Adams Cloud-deepen
  • Page 18 and 19: My mother calls her the “Angel of
  • Page 20 and 21: Chair From Heaven Surazeus, Simon S
  • Page 22 and 23: Compounds Joseph Rathgeber Nobody d
  • Page 24 and 25: Doubt A Human Ear Heard It, This Fa
  • Page 26 and 27: Emily As Imperfect Light Darren C.
  • Page 28 and 29: Exchange John Walser I give a pluma
  • Page 30 and 31: Harry, The Contents Paul Watsky of
  • Page 32 and 33: Hellhound Rides The Rails Charlie O
  • Page 34 and 35: all such a silly sport when one cou
  • Page 36 and 37: Self Poem 2 Travis Sharp A ringing
  • Page 38 and 39: pain provides logic which is bad fo
  • Page 40 and 41: I knelt, hands sweeping twists and
  • Page 42 and 43: Taco Tuesday Jason Yore Outside of
  • Page 44 and 45: The Kids Wait Outside For Lunch Tor
  • Page 46 and 47: Ways Of Touching A Body Shawnacy Ki
  • Page 48: You Are The 710 Freeway Kyle Moreno
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    Bay Area Figurative Revisited, Jame

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    Crab Karkinos Pen and Digital Terry

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    Looking / Living / Lingering Photog

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    Memoire De I EAU II Oil Painting Mi

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    Unamed Oil Painting Mia Funk 71

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    Yurt Like Glaciers Pen and Watercol

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    Prose 81

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    Tucked into a ball, the dripping di

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    I go into the bathroom. Pee. Take o

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    Should: The Shocking Facts Irene O

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    Yet, ironically, while Should can p

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    The Creek Clio Contogenis (non-fict

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    enough for us to see our reflection

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    able to resist her. And then I am w

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    Judd John, a dark-eyed boy, was bor

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    “My brother Reginald’s dead. An

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    we can blow up The Hideout with the

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    quarter, a rhinestone earring, a br

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    He was a running wild boy, jumping

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    She believed in the power of the su

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    used to believe in the power of the

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    113

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    Tim had taken to watching the homel

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    unapologetic, but she delivered her

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    and offered a wide view of the stre

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    “Hi, Ms. Bain. Yes, it is,” Tim

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    “I need a job now,” Grace said.

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    tum, and cracked into several piece

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    the fence. Tim, watching from above

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    129

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    Interviews 131

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    Victoria Chang by Taylor Mims Ripra

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    R: The poems about your father are

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    Douglas Kearney by Marcus Clayton R

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    someone’s experience of it might

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    holds them together. Now, Patter wa

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    I find the level of social engageme

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    Emily Rapp by Kylee Hoelscher Ripra

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    tension, places where the story was

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    R: You make references to fate, luc

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    Helena María Viramontes by Janea W

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    I’m glad that you all defended th

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    Viramontes: There’s all sorts of

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    Cecilia Woloch by AJ Urquidi Riprap

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    came from the Carpathians, from the

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    at last, and that someone was payin

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    Contributors 167

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    Erica Brenes: Erica Brenes is an En

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    Sarah Davis: Sarah Davis was raised

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    Allen Forrest: Allen Forrest was bo

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    Lacy McCune: Lacy McCune is a Los A

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    Simon Perchik: Simon Perchik is an

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    Washington State University in 1988

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    Jason Yore: Jason Yore is in the pr

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    I Know Nothing, Mixed Media Kathy R

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