Quarterly Food Saftey Report to the Board of Directors, Thorsen Distributors International
by Jim Kehl (4/6/2004)

Sestina: Addressing the Muse
by Jennifer Chapis (4/6/2004)

The Philadelphia Flyers Have a Time Machine
by Dave Johnston (4/5/2004)

List: Bad Names for Undercover Police Officers
by Wendy Molyneux (4/4/2004)

List: Titles of B-Movie Westerns that Give the Impression the West Was Wilder Than Previously Imagined
by Jim Ruland (4/4/2004)

Gabe Hudson’s Dear Mr. President Letters: Batch 14
by Various Letter Writers (4/3/2004)

List: Currently Available Stock Symbols that Might Lead to an Underwhelming IPO
by Brian Sack (4/2/2004)

Open Letters: An Open Letter to That Mother on the Sidelines of My Daughter’s Soccer Game
by Ron S. Clark (3/31/2004)

Short Essays on Favorite Songs, Inspired by Nick Hornby’s Songbook: Jonathan Richman, “Roadrunner.”
by Trevor Seigler (3/30/2004)

Letters for Martha
by Ben Greenman (3/30/2004)

Sestina: Sestina of Missed Connections
by Jenny Boully (3/30/2004)

Twenty-Minute Stories: Car
by Pia Z. Ehrhardt (3/30/2004)

Open Letters: An Open Letter to My Attractive Coworker at the Pool
by Kate Messier (3/29/2004)

Dan Kennedy Solves Your Problems With Paper: Part 6
by Dan Kennedy (3/29/2004)

Twenty-Minute Stories: A Door
by Padraic Duffy (3/29/2004)

Reintroducing Allan Seager: Introduction to Allan Seager’s A Frieze of Girls
by Charles Baxter (3/25/2004)

Reintroducing Allan Seager: “The Drinking Contest”: An Excerpt from ) A Frieze of Girls_
by Allan Seager (3/25/2004)

Traig & McGrath, Shut-In Detectives: Cases 29 & 30
by Jenny Traig and Peter McGrath (3/24/2004)

Kevin Dolgin Tells You About Places You Should Go In Europe: Ljubljana Castle
by Kevin Dolgin (3/24/2004)

Expert Help for Your Fantasy Baseball Franchise: What Will Happen in the 2004 Baseball Season: Part II—American League
by Rick Paulas (3/24/2004)

Open Letters: An Open Letter to Sergeant Smith
by Mathias Kom (3/23/2004)

List: Anachronisms in Russell Crowe’s Films
by Timmy Waldren (3/23/2004)

List: Alcoholics Anonymous Slogans as Eleven Murder Mystery Titles and One Spy Thriller Title
by Mark Jensen (3/23/2004)

List: Random Passages Culled from Novels I Edited While Working at a Vanity Press
by Ken Mondschein (3/23/2004)

List: Grammatically Incorrect Sentences in the Space of Four Paragraphs in One Lesson of the Indiana Aware Driver Hoosier Ez Course Online Traffic School
by Jason Bredle (3/23/2004)

List: Possible Rhymes by Ice Cube After Being Knighted by the Queen
by Grant Vaught (3/23/2004)

Expert Help for Your Fantasy Baseball Franchise: What Will Happen in the 2004 Baseball Season: Part I —National League
by Rick Paulas (3/23/2004)

Twenty-Minute Stories: What I Know of Your Country
by John Leary (3/22/2004)

Open Letters: An Open Letter to Everyone Who, When Approaching the Door to the Office Suite Where I Am the Receptionist, Turns the Handle Down, Then Pushes the Door In, Thereby Causing a Loud Obnoxious Banging Sound, Looks Up at Me With Fear and Frustration in Their Ey
by Kurt Chiang (3/22/2004)

Gabe Hudson’s Dear Mr. President Letters: Batch 13
by Various Letter Writers (3/21/2004)

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