A poem by Lucia Larsen. the gods must rub lidocaine on our brain as we are born, for how elsecan we stare out across a whole valley from above and … Continue reading Valley
A short story by Oskar Leonard. Looming trees, their branches heavy with pale leaves and small fruits, watched a small boy wander down a rabbit trail. They knew that they … Continue reading As the Bunny Flies
A poem by Hibah Shabkhez. I refuse myself the sweltering swig. All around me they gulp and squirm, while I snicker at the pigeons scampering in the road. When the … Continue reading Sıfır Genç Bir Sayı
a poem by grace alice evans.
a way of correlating –
into vintage ephemera.
aesthetic connotations shrouding the innards –
A poem by Amy Jannotti.
i keep a jar of yellowed water on the mantle
spread wing & tail to cover
captured mice | call me Flowerpicked Ophelia
A short story by Dale Stromberg. Peek behind each trembling leaf. Bellatrix Sakakino is among the isotope smokers, at their invitation. She feels honored—overawed. Languid, beautiful people with flawless posture. … Continue reading You Put the Speck in Speculation
the birds have becoming nothing but trembling noise. i am bent / breakwing, the earliest sign / of witchcraft: a woman naked & summoning / storms. the immeasurable depths of my desire to …
A poem by Jay Fraser. My body – hordes and hordes – is Stitched together from the fabric of First impressions and connotation; No form but the ur-form, imposed … Continue reading Swarms
A short story by Eric Raglin. “There’s a place where the stars form a perfect ring, Lessi,” mom said. “And inside, there is no darkness.” Her lips barely moved as … Continue reading Ivory
A short story by Vera Hadzic. It was a big house, a hulking, overworn, grumbling house, bunched up beneath pale skies. It had an old magnificence to it – something … Continue reading Asymptotes