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Carl Collins on a life of debt and how it hasn’t stopped him – except for one time.
A collaborative surrealist literary game reveals unexpected insight (and humor) into our relationship with credit.
Longshot contributor McNair Evans speaks with Jody Avirgan about photographing his father’s house.
Longshot contributor Olivia Koski talks to Rudolph Bolling about One Living Hope Community Church about coming together to overcome adversity – as a man in the West Village gets his car towed for unpaid parking tickets.
Jeremy Phillip Galen is a twin. He once broke up with his brother’s girlfriend for him. That wasn’t enough, apparently.
Contributor Jenna Lane writes: “My mortgage payment is due today. Sometimes I feel like a sucker, paying nothing but interest on a loan for more than my place is now worth. I called the person who’d be the most horrified if I ever walked away from my contractual obligation, and asked about the person who raised her to be like that. This is my mom and me talking about my grandma’s mortgage-burning party.”
This one is a bit on the sad side, as many debt stories are. After a friend’s death she found herself homeless, but with a new appreciation for paying her bills.
There’s a famous person with Chris’s name and he keep getting electronically mistaken for him. Oh, no! He’s slowly losing control of his identity! Is there a better “him” out there?
Longshot co-founder Mat Honan tells a story about a life-and-death experience from his youth. Turns out that if it weren’t for the lightning-fast reflexes of a certain old lady in a Honda, this whole crazy magazine-in-two-days adventure might never have come to be.