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    Megan Jauregui Eccles writes dark, speculative fiction for young adults and is represented by Lauren Galit of LKG Agency Her writing has appeared in Kelp Journal, Coachella Review, Ladies of the Fright, The Lineup, and Dwarf+Giant. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of California Riverside—Palm Desert.

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    After you are gone, I forget how to live. I search for you in between the shadows, in the grocery aisle, around every corner. I...

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