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      Moonshot #1: Fall

      Moonshot’s first issue showcases a powerhouse of short stories and poems from emerging writers—as well as fantastic works of art. We take you away from the heat of summer and pull you through the haunts of autumn—cigar factories, Día de los Muertos, obsessions, memories of place, and a beautiful photography spread by Lam Vuong that asks what happens when the hope provided by self-help guides and horoscopes disappears.

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