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Alan Kaufman delivered scenes from Matches and Jew Boy. Jane Vandenburgh reminisced about moving between Berkeley and Washington, in scenes from her memoir The Wrong Dog Dream. Tarin Towers blasted out some poems written for National Poetry Month, and asked why shoot the map when the territory makes so much better sound when it's hit? Alvin Lu delved into the alarming significance of college application essays. Margarita Meklina brought stories about dead catfish, the fear of everything, and waiting for Warhol.