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6 Digits by Cozine Andre Welch, Jr. (Issue XV)
Afterglow by Taz Darnall (Issue XVIII)
Asphyxiation by Terrell Morrow (Issue XI)
The Big Payback (An Ode to Blackness and Hip-Hop) by Walter Lacy (Issue XII)
The Big Yard by J.S. Copeman (Issue XVIII)
Charlene by Anthony Hamilton by Terrell Morrow (Issue X)
Chemo by Kate Paul (Issue VII)
Diaspora Redux by Chris Dankovich (Issue V)
The Difference Between Trayvon and Me by Jordan Harris (Issue VI)
Family, 2014 by William Miller (Issue XIII)
A Few Good Years by Gale Acuff (Issue XII)
From Longing to Madness by Shirin Bismillah (Issue XI)
Genesis by Jordan Harris (Issue IV)
Gravitas by Niles M. Heron (Issue X)
Gravitation by Eric Robinson (Issue I)
Here by Chris Dankovich (Issue IV)
Home by Zaire Reid (Issue IV)
Hurt by Darnell L. Jett (Issue XVII)
Just a Wish by Poornima Laxmeshwar (Issue XII)
If Not You, Who? by James Adrian (Issue XVIII)
I Still Believe by Cozine Andre Welch, Jr. (Issue XV)
Internal Bleeding by Damon M. Bentley (Issue II)
Line Stretch by Grant Czoj (Issue XVIII)
Lingo by Ramona Robbins Porter Newton (Issue V)
Loving Care #238 by Barbara Jay (Issue XVIII)
Ma Cherie Amor by Wayne F. Burke (Issue XVII)
A Man Who Lies on the Ground is Incapable of Falling by Jordan Harris (Issue IV)
Monkey's Uncle by Wayne F. Burke (Issue XIII)
Navigating God by Terrell Morrow (Issue VIII)
Oasis by Nels Hanson (Issue XVII)
On Another Rainy Day: For Liu Yu by Yuan Changming (Issue XIV)
Personal Madrigal by Harika Kottakota (Issue XV)
Plume by Niles M. Heron (Issue IX)
Probably Forever by Becky Prosser (Issue XIV)
Rainbow Spills by Ramona Robbins Porter Newton (Issue VI)
Red by Eric Robinson (Issue I)
Ruminations by Renoir Gaither (Issue XVI)
Snow White and the Deadly Dwarves by Bryan Palmer (Issue XVIII)
Soliloquy: A West African Tragedy of Errors by Ramona Robbins Porter Newton (Issue X)
Stalker by Zaire Reid (Issue VII)
Talk Wisdom by Eric Robinson (Issue I)
The Girl-Child's Limerick by Lind Grant-Oyeye (Issue XVI)
Thoughts by Terrell Morrow (Issue IX)
Well Poem by Alexandra Schwartz (Issue III)
Where Are You From by Sundai Johnson (Issue III)
Where Were You by Eryanna Taylor (Issue XVIII)


Archery by Robert Wexelblatt (Issue XIII)
The Building Code by Bryan Palmer (Issue XVIII)
The Deranged Donkey by Mark Jay (Issue IV)
Dime Store Belts by Jim Kelly (Issue V)
Hello, Stranger by Mark Jay (Issue I)
First Night at the Normal School by Lhea J. Love (Issue IX)
Gothic Story by Roger Stephenson (Issue XVI)
Jefferson and McClellan by Mark Jay (Issue I)
Luminous Bones by Joan Cullen (Issue III)
Mmm by Michele Oberholtzer (Issue XIV)
Mr. Skloot's Fifth Period by Mark Jay (Issue II)
Operator by Mark Jay (Issue VIII)
Purple Moons by Rabab Ahmed (Issue VI)
Queen Cranberry by Barbara Jay (Issue II)
Stilts by Mark Jay (Issue XVII)
Summer to Autumn by Becky Prosser (Issue X)
Swan Dive by Mark Jay (Issue XI)
Sweet, Sweet Revenge by Mark Jay (Issue VII)
The Sock Drawer by Mark Jay (Issue III)

On the Arts

Andy's Fucked Up Cave [on Toy Storyby Ryan Groendyk (Issue V)
Assessing the Impact of The Wolf of Wall Street by Philip Conklin (Issue I)
Bad Films/Good Economics [Why There Are So Many Superhero Movies] by Philip Conklin (Issue VII) 
Cinema as Richard Linklater [Boyhood] by Philip Conklin (Issue VI)
Filmgoing in the Internet Age: A Seven-Day MUBI Film Festival by Philip Conklin (Issue III)
Five Propositions on Cinderella by Philip Conklin (Issue XIII)
Frames of Reference: The Grand Budapest Hotel and the World of Wes Anderson by Philip Conklin (Issue II)
Glitch it Good: Understanding the Glitch Art Movement by Mallika Roy (Issue IX)
In Which the Review Reveals All the Gone Girl Spoilers by Philip Conklin (Issue VIII
It Ain't Got That Swing [Whiplash] by Philip Conklin (Issue X)
Jurassic World and the Blockbuster Paradigm by Philip Conklin (Issue XVI)
Last Month at the Movies: X-Men: Days of Future Past vs. Edge of Tomorrow by Philip Conklin (Issue IV)
A Marxish Reading of Charlie Chaplin's Modern Times by Philip Conklin (Issue II)
New Moves in Modern Dance by Claire Alrich (Issue XII)
Oscars, Inc. by Philip Conklin (Issue XI)
Rahsaan Roland Kirk's TV Dreams by John G. Rodwan, Jr. (Issue XII)
Revolutionary Motion: Snowpiercer by Philip Conklin (Issue V)
The Struggle of Representation: Fruitvale Station by Philip Conklin (Issue I)
This is Not a Film: Godzilla and the Hollywood Doxa by Philip Conklin (Issue III)
To the Creators of The End of the Tour by Mark Jay (Issue VI)
Tribeca 2015 by Philip Conklin (Issue XIV)
Violence as Culture [Nightcrawler] by Philip Conklin (Issue IX)


Against Aggregation: The Anti Criticism of Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic by Philip Conklin (Issue VI)
Bird Undertaker of St. Martin's by Joan Cullen (Issue XI)
Blackness in the New Detroit by Aaron Foley (Issue X)
Brothers in Arms by Rahul Roy (Issue VII)
The Comedian's Ethic by Mark Jay (Issue IV)
Contextualizing Crises by Mark Jay (Issue V)
The Cost of Welfare Cuts by Mark Jay (Issue I)
Filmgoing on the Internet: Netflix and the Cult of Individualism by Philip Conklin (Issue IV)
Farmer's Field Notes: What is a GMO? by Evan Conklin (Issue XIV)
Farmer's Field Notes: Eating and Growing GMOs by Evan Conklin (Issue XV)
José Parque's Predicament by Mark Jay (Issue III)
Just Married: Portraits at Chicago Marriage Court by Marc Perlish (Issue XII)
Michael Brown on Trial by Philip Conklin (Issue VII)
Mo' Free Trade, Mo' Problems by Mark Jay (Issue VII)
On Behalf of the Amphibians by Jennifer Rowe (Issue XIII)
On Detroit Transit Woes and James Robertson by Ryan Felton (Issue XII)
On the Pacific Crest Trail, Part 1 by Ben and Sam Ward (Issue IX)
On the Pacific Crest Trail, Part 2 by Ben and Sam Ward (Issue X)
Peeping Uncle Sam by Mark Jay (Issue II)
Positive Feedback by Mark Jay (Issue VI)
A Resident's Analysis by Darren Reese-Brown & Mark Jay (Issue II)
Sinister Obligations by Mark Jay (Issue XV)
The Rise of SWAT and the Failings of VICE by Mark Jay (Issue VIII)
The Atrocity of Sunsets: The Death of Childhood in Michigan by Chris Dankovich (Issue XV)
The Introduction of the Byline by Phil Christman (Issue XVI)
There Will Come a Day by Sumana Palle (Issue XIII)
Thinking Through the Past by Mark Jay (Issue III)
Torture in Paradise by Mark Jay (Issue X)
Yoga Tradition and Lulu-ji by Gwi-Seok (Peggy) Hong (Issue XI)


Inside Corktown, America's Most Dangerous Neighborhood by Aaron Foley (Issue XIV)


A Letter to the Dearborn Heights District 7 School Board by Atiya Haynes (Issue VII)
Letters From the Opt Out Movement by United Opt Out Michigan (Issue XIII)

Public Comment

Lunch Lines by The Periphery (Issue IV)
Nightmares by The Periphery (Issue VIII)
On the Israel-Palestine Conflict by The Periphery (Issue V)
Ten Responses to Obama's War Announcement by The Periphery (Issue VII)

The News out of Context

Beyoncé & Jay Z by The Periphery (Issue VI)


Boris Mitić by The Periphery (Issue XVII)
Darren Reese-Brown by The Periphery (Issue I)
Eduardo Santos by The Periphery (Issue III)
Nita Roy by The Periphery (Issue II)
Sabato Visconti on Glitch Art by The Periphery (Issue IX)


How I Met Jaime, Part 1 by K. Guillory (Issue XII)
How I Met Jaime, Part 2 by K. Guillory (Issue XV)
Know Your Rights with Law Enforcement by The Periphery (Issue X)
Who Wins at Awards Season? by The Periphery (Issue XI)
Ivan's Life by Ricardo Cavolo (Issue XIV)
Zig Zag Twong, Bigfoot Bjornsen, & Mucho Maas by The Periphery (Issue XIII)


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Numbers on the Periphery

Issue II (May 2014)
Issue III (June 2014)
Issue IV (July 2014)
Issue V (August 2014)
Issue VI (September 2014)
Issue VII (October 2014)
Issue VIII (November 2014)
Issue IX (December 2014)
Issue X (January 2015)
Issue XI (February 2015)
Issue XII (March 2015)
Issue XIII (April 2015)
Issue XIV (May 2015)
Issue XV (June 2015)
Issue XVI (July 2015)
Issue XVII (August 2015)
Issue XVIII (September 2015)