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All in the Family

Riki Goldstein

She’s your grandmother — and also your mother-in-law. He’s your cousin — and your husband. Couples share what it’s like to marry relatives and create doubly entwined family trees.

 

In a Fog

Rochel Gross

It’s my father. “Rochelle, I don’t know what’s happening to Mommy. She says she’s feeling terrible. She’s complaining that her head is throbbing, and keeps saying she doesn’t know where she is.” In the background, I hear soft sobbing. Is that Mommy? Crying?!

 

Craft: A Bucket of Dye

Mati Swimer

A bucket of dye holds more than just dye and water — it holds a world of opportunities.

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