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    The Tug of War

    Bill Meissner My father was a lawn mower. His scent was not fresh, but pungent, like cut weeds, and his lines were even, the grass ... ...

    On September 7, 2015 / By
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    Book Review: The Turnip Princess

    Fairy tales get a bad rap. They’re often thought of as stories used to tuck in small children, or the Disney movies these same small ... ...

    On August 4, 2015 / By
  • D.H Lawrence


    This poem is pure Lawrence: frank, sacred, natural sensuality. D.H Lawrence Shall I tell you, then, how it is? There came a cloven gleam, Like ... ...

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    Issue 1 Release Party + Fundraiser

    Come celebrate the release of The New Old Stock literary magazine’s first issue! We will have readings from contributors, and live music from members of ... ...

    On July 7, 2015 / By
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    Book Review: The Vorrh

    The forest has, for many years, been the source of drama and intrigue in fantasy stories. We all know the tropes: witches, fairies, huntsmen, and ... ...

    On June 16, 2015 / By