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Eric Evans is a writer from Buffalo, New York with stops in Portland, Oregon and Rochester, New York where he currently resides. His work has appeared in Steel Bellow, Decades Review, Dead Snakes, decomP magazinE, Red River Review, Posey, Xenith Magazine, Anobium Literary Magazine,, Pemmican Press, Remark and many other publications and anthologies. He has published eight full collections and three broadsides through his own small press, Ink Publications, in addition to a broadside through Lucid Moon Press. He is also the co-editor of The Bond Street Review.
The following work is Copyright © 2017, and owned by Eric Evans and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
Your Own Better Demise
Death, I’ve been told, does not
Michael Chin was born and raised in Utica, New York and is an alum of Oregon State’s MFA Program. He won Bayou Magazine’s Jim Knudsen Editor’s Prize for fiction and has work published or forthcoming in journals including The Normal School, Passages North, and Hobart. He is the author of Three-Way Dance, and works as a contributing editor for Moss. Find him online at miketchin.com or follow him on Twitter @miketchin.
The following work is Copyright © 2017, and owned by Michael Chin and may not be distributed or reprinted in any form whatsoever without written permission from the author.
I was part of a team once, charged with picking a film to spark discussion about diversity. Folks floated Crash and Zootopia and Malcolm X. I suggested White Men Can’t Jump.