Archaeopteryx, the early bird, lies petrified as generic admixture, in stone under glass in a splay decidedly crude, its rude wings akimbo and talons curled – denied the contemporary luxury to choose in which frozen indignity to remain.   by Alleliah Nuguid   Alleliah Nuguid is from Fremont, California. She received a BA in creative…

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