Monthly Archives: June 2013

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: LYTTON BELL

Photo by Robert Sanders JANE’S HEARTBREAK YARD SALE By Lytton Bell Who sells used sex toys at a garage sale? I knew I had to pull over as soon as I saw that table full of dildos just to hear … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: VALENTINA GNUP

WE SPEAK OF AUGUST By Valentina Gnup                        Alone in my kitchen, I copy a chicken salad recipe from a Woman’s Day magazine and plan tomorrow night’s dinner.                        We don’t know what will happen between one raindrop and the next, yet … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: LEIGH PHILLIPS

DEAR NEW YORK CITY, LEARN GENTLE By Leigh Phillips The sky regrets itself. By sky, I mean me. Don’t let yourself get lost because you think someone’s going to find you. The story goes: no one’s going to find you. … Continue reading

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Exercises in style (3)

Exercises in style (3) By Hannah Phinney He is standing frontwise to the velux in a room whose walls are vibratingly flower-explosioned and whose ceiling slants are such that they can only be capping the space at the very top … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: CHRISTOPHER CRAWFORD

SO GAY By Christopher Crawford How gay is it for two men to stroke the same dog at the same time.                            What if they’re both sitting on a sofa watching When Harry Met Sally. How about two men watching the … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: TIM SUERMONDT

BAYOU PIGEON By Tim Suermondt Crawfish shadows on the street and a gossamer elm by the drugstore― a blind man on the corner plays a saxophone― the locals say “he sees with his heart” and, darling, I think I know … Continue reading

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