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a word from the editors:

paraprosdokian (plural paraprosdokians)

Figure of speech in which the latter part of a sentence or phrase is surprising or unexpected; frequently used in a humorous situation. "Where there's a will, I want to be in it" is a paraprosdokian.

origin

from Ancient Greek παρά (para, "against")  + προσδοκία (prosodokia, "expectation")

 

 

CONTENTS

A Word from the editors
by Kelsey Willis & Selina Wabl

Growing up in Brutalism
by Evie Bentch

Highway
by Kelsey Willis

Shalom
by Dylan Denton

Millennial Pink
by Jack Tufts

Lucky
by Jessica Roy

Testing the Limits of Risograph
by Caroline Garfield

Bigger & Smaller
by Anna Deeg

The 3rd Point
by Clay Hakes

Vertical Human-Moving Devices
by Selina Wabl

Fort Gorges, ME
by Caroline  Garfield

Canvas
by Shauna Werner

CREDITS

Editors-in-Chief

Selina Wabl

Kelsey Willis