October 2018 | The Piltdown Review

October 2018

Walk a Mile

Walk a Mile

By law, all men should spend time as women. But only a few at a time.
Home Like a Shadow

Home Like a Shadow

Is camouflaging our family roots with carefully crafted fictions enough to ensure we won’t grow up to be like our parents?
Assassination Nation

Assassination Nation

Whatever anger we might have shared was lost when the mighty arm that God and the weight room gave him brought down a set of knuckles to open my skull to the complicity of my complexion.
Guided by Voices

Guided by Voices

In the wilds of Upstate New York America, a Belarusian immigrant finds himself torn between the ideologies of family, Joseph Smith . . . and lo-fi indie rock.
Morty and Dolores

Morty and Dolores

Being caught up in the zombie apocalypse was bad enough. But on top of that we had to deal with two bickering ghosts who wouldn’t shut up.

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