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L (and things come apart)

A small flat sits unoccupied above Henry’s café. When a woman comes to rent the room, Henry’s world begins an unusual transformation. As they grow closer the city itself is affected, changed, and slowly dismantled. Unsure if he is a victim of his own senility, the chaos inches closer and Henry suspects it may have something to do with the woman upstairs and the stranger she is hiding from.

Ian Orti is the author of The Olive and the Dawn (Snare Books). He is a columnist for Matrix Magazine and his work has appeared in Filling Station, The Toronto Quarterly and VICE Magazine.

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