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December 2019

The Pirate at the Window: From the Shores of Southeast Asia — By Jennifer Shipp
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The Pirate at the Window: From the Shores of Southeast Asia — By Jennifer Shipp

Stories are spherical like planets. I orbit around my story, once a comfortable, well-explored habitation of warm caves and tall trees. But now I’m a satellite in outer space, watching the drama of new planets forming out of the two moons that once graced my night skies. And it’s both lovely and terrifying. My world is no longer a planet, it’s a solar system. My moons have become their own planets with ...
As the World Turns — By Jennifer Shipp
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As the World Turns — By Jennifer Shipp

Every morning John and I go for a jog together. During the first month of our tenure here, it was over 90-100 degrees Fahrenheit during both the daytime and nighttime hours, but now the air is cooler so we can survive longer runs that take us out into the countryside.

There are several indigenous tribes in Mexico and Guatemala and even in the states that run, not for personal health or ...
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