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issue three:

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issue #3: cliffhanger
release: dec 2013

this issue explores themes of: 
unfinished endings
suspense
physical reactions to the sensory
edge-of-seat
melodrama
known uncertainty
narrative challenge

“Narrowly defined, a cliffhanger is a climax cracked in half: the bomb ticks, the screen goes black, a lady wriggles on train tracks—will anyone save her Italics on a black screen: “To be continued…” More broadly, it’s any strong dose of “what happens next,” the question that hovers in the black space between episodes.” —Emily Nussbaum, “The Curious Staying Power of the Cliffhanger,” The New Yorker, July 2012

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issue two: duplicity

1.  The  quality  or  state  of  being  double  or  twofold

2.  Contradictory  doubleness  of  thought,  speech,  or  action;;  especially:  the  belying  of  one’s  true  intentions  by   deceptive  words  or  action

3.  Other  versions  of  the  same  world 

release: summer 2013
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issue one:

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issue one: ennui
“to weary by dullness, tedious repetition, and unwelcome attention.”
release: sept. 2012
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*issue one video by claire cottrell