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A Semi-Chronicle of Phenomena and Hearsay Surrounding the Winter 2021 Issue of Vautrin

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Guy walks up to you in the potato chip aisle.  Looks like he’s had a rough week.  He starts in...

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Call for Submissions

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Note: Vautrin is CLOSED to submissions as of September 2, 2021. The guidelines below were...

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Chris Offutt’s Vengeful Gods of Justice in the Ginseng Hunting Grounds

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