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On Recycling – Subjects Covered: Trees, Graffiti, & Life Plans  by MICHELLE MENTING

22 August 2007
Vol. 7, No. 2

The etching on the stall door said "I want to suck your kneecap!!"

There were exclamation points behind kneecap. The writing was in drunken cursive or 5th-grader cursive or drunken 5th-grader cursive. It was difficult to decipher.

I looked down at my knees, bent and peaking out of my khaki shorts. They were grubby and the skin was peeling in half-moon shapes.

Echolalia Four: Brazil  by TODD FREDSON & SARAH VAP

23 April 2006
Vol. 6, No. 1

Yeats found patterns in the rhythm of a place, changes in pitch,            the boat is a song—it is locations.

Echolalia Three: Colombia  by TODD FREDSON & SARAH VAP

25 August 2005
Vol. 5, No. 2

Since you've got a girl thats a friend, I haven't heard much of anything from you and had assumed you dead until Toni mentioned something about vancouver…

Echolalia Two: Peru  by TODD FREDSON & SARAH VAP

15 July 2005
Vol. 5, No. 2

You say you are learning how to ask for things. I am learning how to do the things I ask for—

Begin to confuse, to confess, your stories with the stories of someone else, stories you were told there, that you were there to hear.

Echolalia One: Gathering in South America  by TODD FREDSON & SARAH VAP

18 June 2005
Vol. 5, No. 2

Dear Mom and Dad. We fly to Lima, Peru on Tues. Everyone says the airport there is the worst in the world and guarantees we'll get robbed. So, we're keeping our passports in our undies…


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