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"While it’s Still Beating"

by Emma Grygotis

The insurance packet had arrived months ago. They were hard to miss, the high-gloss oversized envelopes. The stylized blue heart and inset wrench in the lower right corner was always there to eliminate any final shred of hopeful doubt. Hard to miss, so much color in an ash-gray apartment. Hard to hide. But Alice had tried nonetheless, burying it under the teetering pile of bills and partially-graded student exams that occupied their already small kitchen table. You could barely see anything i Read more...

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