The Sinister Capabilities of Amiability

Fiction Mark Hage

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On August 31, 1959, Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, also known as Le Corbusier, signed the letter his secretary Madame Gabillart pulled from her typewriter, licked the flap of the envelope with his serpentine tongue, and lifted it above his head so that everyone in the drafting room would  [...]

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Winter 2017

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Mark Hage lives in New York City.

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