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pack animals worry together with a vital regard for the acute thinking aspect of the art driven daydream where every dot is a dreamplace Dan Hedges has been teaching English in private and public schools for the past ten years. He … Continue reading

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{assorted plots dispersed irregularly across generalized narrative suspense lead to uncanny sensations that humans are a fixed point} Dan Hedges is the editor of HUMANIMALZ Literary Journal. His writing appears in The Monarch Review, The Apeiron Review, and more than ninety other … Continue reading

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{all this writing is just nervous strength gone to seed} Dan Hedges is the editor of HUMANIMALZ Literary Journal. His writing appears in The Monarch Review, The Apeiron Review, and more than ninety other journals. He writes out of a small white house … Continue reading

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{there are infinite ways to interpret Amsterdam, all knotted up in its own proper noun} Dan Hedges is the editor of HUMANIMALZ Literary Journal. His writing appears in The Monarch Review, Apeiron Review, and more than eighty others. He has … Continue reading

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{in a sudden seizure of expression, our nouns detonate at once; this leaves us reaching out to vast red dust in our syntaxic reflex} Dan Hedges is the editor of HUMANIMALZ Literary Journal. His writing appears in The Monarch Review, … Continue reading

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{vast human ingenuity manifests as assorted mechanical parts who co-mingle in a generalized fever (blast furnace) of trial and error, the welded outcomes which hover below neo-shamanic thrones} Dan Hedges is the editor of HUMANIMALZ Literary Journal. His writing appears … Continue reading

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{Like an un-ironic round of PLINKO we drop discs of semantic value down into our innards where soul singularity occurs and converts all strange nomenclature into a palatable experience that exceeds stardust for its reputation to defy timespace conundrums but … Continue reading

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