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August 2005

The Premier Issue of Literal Latté
Appeared in NYC — June 1994

Essays

14 Crossings By Ken Sonenclar

The modernist Marcel Duchamp once argued that America’s only contribution to art (aside from phenomenal plumbing) are her bridges. My four-year-old twins might agree.

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Fiction

There is No God and Mary is His Mother By Marion Winik

She was there, because she’s always there, and I was late, because I’m always late, swerving into the parking lot kicking up gravel like the last cop to arrive at the scene. I slid my hatchback into the spot next to her black pick-up, and she got out to meet me.

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