by KJ I gallivanted the afterlife’s foggy streets for a millennium and never stumbled upon a place I could call home All the giggle sticks I mortified myself with Lucifer couldn’t give me bliss My trench coat was plastered in Cuban cigar smoke and a prostitute’s pleasure A murder of fiery-eyed crows circled above my […]
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Riverwester Jackie Reid Dettloff was 20 years old whenshe first stepped beyond the borders of the United States. As a college junior she went to Mexico with a service project for three weeks and her life has never been the same.