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I Could Not Believe It
by Sean DeLear
Introduction by Brontez Purnell
Edited by Michael Bullock and Cesar Padilla
Edited by Ed Pavlić and Ivelisse Rodriguez
Strange Attractor Journal Five
Edited by Mark Pilkington and Jamie Sutcliffe
Letters to Eugène
by Hervé Guibert and Eugène Savitzkaya
Translated by Christine Pichini
Love Me Tender
by Constance Debré
Translated by Holly James
Life, Death, and Other Inconvenient Truths
by Shimon Edelman
by Dodie Bellamy
by Lauren Elkin
by H. G. Wells
Foreword by Bruce Sterling
Introduction by Joseph Reagle