The Suburban Review #33: HYPE

#33 Editorial

We sent out this issue’s call for submissions while lining up some changes at TSR. The first of these changes will probably be apparent to you if you’re reading this note.
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Nina’s Career

All week we inspect the meat under white light. We notice flesh risen in bulbs. I learn to use a scalpel—Nina’s hand on my hand—so that the removal is barely visible.
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Apartamento

Lottie is lucky that by never being able to purchase property or even find a secure enough rental to feel comfortable raising kids, not to mention the climate crisis, she probably would never need a family lawyer.
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Wrestlers

Hugo ate pasta with tomato sauce and afterwards excused himself to the restroom to ensure his mouth was not tinted orange. He asked me what my vice was. He said his was apathy.
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Girlhoods

There’s a camaraderie in the yearning, where the love interest doesn’t present a real opportunity as such, but a shared invitation to imagine what that yearning could become.
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