In the summer of 1989 I went to Paraguay. I was six months late; I had missed the story. In February that year, when Paraguay’s Alfredo Stroessner, the western hemisphere’s longest serving dictator, had been overthrown, I was somewhere else. It was the kind of bad luck you dread as a reporter.
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A short story by Frances Leviston, set in the cut-throat world of student journalism.
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A short story about a high school friendship, by Che Yeun.
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