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by Marina K. Richards

Issue 6 :: Summer 2010 (poetry)

He took her apart on a Saturday.
Pieces strewn around the shop,
each a memory in his head.
Under the garage door,
sunlight crept like smoke as he worked,
bit after bit.


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Marina Richards's fiction and poetry have been published in Scalped, Blood Lotus, Foliate Oak, The Hawai'i Pacific Review, The Legendary, Pear7 Noir!, Up the Staircase, and Writer's Bloc (Rutgers University), among others. In 2010, she was nominated for the Million Writers Award for her short story "Lena". She lives with her husband and animals outside of Boston and is represented by literary agent Catherine Drayton of Inkwell Management in New York City.