Siren (Redux) by Haley Tien-Warrior—25th Anniversary Oral History/DJ Cliffhanger Remix—MUST LISTEN! THE FEELS . . . Awesome . . .

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Siren (Redux) by Haley Tien-Warrior—25th Anniversary Oral History/DJ Cliffhanger Remix—MUST LISTEN! THE FEELS . . . Awesome . . .

Prairie Schooner, Volume 91 (4) – Feb 17, 2018

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Clara Chow Siren (Redux) by Haley Tien-Warrior—25th Anniversary Oral History/DJ Cli√hanger Remix— MUST LISTEN! THE FEELS . . . Awesome . . . For a time, nobody had any idea why it was happening: a slew of fatal tra≈c accidents within a particular time frame—the six to eight hour in the evening belt—as though a god had sneezed, and random blood flecks from a nosebleed splattered across the island. Tra≈c cops were promptly deployed to man speed cameras on over- head bridges. Road safety messages festooned lamp posts at hundred- metre intervals. Current a√airs programmes on television embarked on nationwide soul-searching about whether standards at driving instruction schools were rapidly slipping. Fathers lending their sons cars to ferry their dates for the first time said silent prayers and dreaded late-night phone calls. Taoist mediums operating out of dingy flats with idol-cluttered al- tars and kris-wielding bomohs experienced an uptick in business as peo- ple brought their bewitched cars in to be exorcised after random malfunc- tioning—a stuck accelerator here, a finicky ignition switch there. [ frenetic stopwatch ticking—honking and engines revving] At the Tra≈c Police headquarters, Assistant Superintendent Steven Teo and his team worked around the clock to crack

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