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“The End of Our Broadcast Day” by Thomas Kearnes from Wilde Magazine: A Magazine of Art and Literature with a Queer Edge, Issue One, Winter 2012. Edited by Lucia Guatney. Dexter is enrolled in a drug rehab program. The apartment complex the program’s participants live...

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“Powers Make You Free” by Caroline Houghton from Wilde Magazine: A Magazine of Art and Literature with a Queer Edge Issue One, Winter 2012. Edited by Lucia Guatney. I loved this brief, richly descriptive glimpse into the life of a Latino transgender teenager...

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“What Waits Behind the Red Curtain” by Charlie Riccardelli from Wilde Magazine: A Magazine of Art and Literature with a Queer Edge, Issue One, Winter 2012. Edited by Lucia Guatney. It’s the nineteen fifties and Stewart Wainwright is a Hollywood star being blackmailed...

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“He Doesn’t Touch the Blood” by Molly Anderson from Wilde Magazine: A Magazine of  Art and Literature with a Queer Edge, Issue One, Winter 2012. Edited by Lucia Guatney. Thomas and Matthew met as kids, cabin mates at Concordia Language summer camp. Matthew was...

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“Driving Into Sunsets” by Alison Stine from Wilde Magazine: A Magazine of Art and Literature with a Queer Edge, Issue One, Winter 2012. Edited by Lucia Guatney. The narrator of this story is travelling cross-country, playing a game as she goes. She imagines she’s back...