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Escape to Buzzkill Falls

Escape to Buzzkill Falls

By Hasanthika Sirisena

When my parents immigrated to North Carolina we couldn’t figure out what the orange and blue flags meant. We’d see them everywhere. Flying from peoples’ houses and at Fourth of July fire- works. We’d fled war, destruction, the tyranny of flags…and weren’t we promised a haven from wolves?

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By William Lessard


William Lessard is a writer and critic based in New York. His work has appeared in McSweeney’s, Brooklyn Rail, Hyperallergic, Prelude and PANK. It has also been featured at MoMA PS 1. With Mary Boo Anderson, he is editing the Brooklyn edition of the Cities project for Dostoyevsky Wannabe. He is poetry and hybrids editor at Heavy Feather Review.