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In the low lighting of the 40 Watt under the string lights and spooky streamers, his Machiavellian impulses were confused.
By C. J. Bartunek | November 6, 2013
Why was he still in Athens? His life there obviously sucked.
By C. J. Bartunek | October 30, 2013
After all the worry and sleepless nights and fighting, Midnight Jesus nailed everything from the start.
By C. J. Bartunek | October 23, 2013
The biggest problem was that none of them liked Chad Dickel.
By C. J. Bartunek | October 16, 2013
Before she met Caspian she hadn’t even liked his music that much.
By C. J. Bartunek | October 9, 2013
Genevieve wasn’t completely hardhearted.
By C. J. Bartunek | October 2, 2013
It was after three by the time Casey returned to his building.
By C. J. Bartunek | September 25, 2013
He wouldn’t have even minded if what happened between them was just a hook up, if he’d known that that was all it was.
By C. J. Bartunek | September 18, 2013
Caspian Quinn was born on a commune near Boulder, Colorado.
By C. J. Bartunek | September 11, 2013
The lights of downtown stretched before them.
By C. J. Bartunek | September 4, 2013
Driving to Georgia on his own in August, after three seemingly interminable months of working construction in his hometown, was surreal.
By C. J. Bartunek | August 28, 2013
Casey wasn’t being a chump for thinking things might finally work out with Genevieve.
By C. J. Bartunek | August 21, 2013
There were a lot of reasons that Casey Kozol moved to Athens.
By C. J. Bartunek | August 14, 2013
James Ponsoldt brings his film home, new plays open, our new fiction series starts, and the Guide is out.
By Pete McCommons | August 7, 2013
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