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PFC · 9M ago

End

As you may have noticed, we didn't have stories last month. That's because after seven years of working on this project, we've decided to take a hiatus.Some time this month, we'll post one f...
PFC · 11M ago

Sense and Sensibility

Found Objects by Sherisse The mood was festive inside the limousine: white cats and cocktails, Leila in a gold vintage dress, feathers and flowers in her hair, Oscar in a three-piece suit, h...
PFC · 1Y ago

Idea

Idea by Alan When Winston met Julia in the vacant dormitory, the expectation was to simply exchange the bags they had prepared several months before the election. Intending to exercise thei...
PFC · 1Y ago

Gargoyle

Diverticulum by Sherisse I gather water here. Inside the Hallmark store, I gather water and wait. For you to find me between aisles and where there is no mother-father. Only a small path bac...
PFC · 1Y ago

The Heat

Encounters by SherisseIt must have felt for a long time like there was nowhere to go, no airplanes landing or taking off. Like meals consisted of the same three ingredients. Like there was n...
PFC · 1Y ago

Lounge

Before the Flood by SherisseShe wore a long, black and white striped dress that hugged her body. My attention went to her hips, her belly. I thought it a bold choice. She sang for us on a Sa...
PFC · 1Y ago

The Game

Ramon and Majik by Alan If it were less of a game, the conditions surrounding Ramon Soledad's silence would be interpreted as a grave beguiling, a heavy occupation of a vaguely familiar coun...
PFC · 1Y ago

Fortune

(photo © Alan Semerdjian && sculpture © Eileen Karakashian) Dregs by Forrest One of the very last things he said to me before he died was, I'm never cleaning this cup out. He took it off the...
PFC · 1Y ago

Storage

Beginner by Sherisse I’d like to go back to the fractured knot of silence, the rental furniture dimly lit, un-mended kitchen light bulb. That vacation spot in winter, the faraway and steady ...
PFC · 1Y ago

Architecture

© Sherisse Alvarez Ascent by Sherisse The glass door had a neon yellow sign above it that lit up the sidewalk. It read: FOOT & BACK RUB. There was a framed poster hanging of a young woman we...