Monthly Archives: October 2015

SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: LITTLE SPELLS

From LITTLE SPELLS By Jennifer K. Sweeney: LITTLE SPELLS We are not witches as fable stoops us hunchback over caldrons, not women hobbled sinister by absence though we know there are tides in our blood that lean us toward some … Continue reading

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Notes Toward a Politico-Sexual Psychology of Consuming Animals

Notes Toward a Politico-Sexual Psychology of Consuming Animals by A. Marie Houser [The following is part one of a two-part essay that begins to articulate, in halting and preliminary ways, a psychology that underpins the consumption of nonhuman animal bodies. … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: MOVEMENT NO. 1: TRAINS

From MOVEMENT NO. 1: TRAINS By Hope Wabuke: and when she waits, knowing its coming by the movement of light across rusted metal, the dirty white tiles of tunnel wall almost beautiful in the light sliding closer through darkness, approaching … Continue reading

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What We Learned from the Roosters

You know how roosters crow in the morning to greet the dawn? That’s a myth, we learned when we moved in. Continue reading

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Four Ways Sanders Is a Better Candidate than Clinton

Four Ways Sanders Is a Better Candidate than Clinton by Okla Elliott First off, allow me to reiterate Bernie’s dictum that we never attack political candidates personally, and allow me to beseech both Sanders supporters and Clinton supporters to follow … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: HISTORIES OF THE FUTURE PERFECT

From HISTORIES OF THE FUTURE PERFECT By Ellen Kombiyil: CERBERUS AND PERSEPHONE It’s audible to the three-headed dog: her fear a high-pitched shriek held in her throat. Pre-unleashed. The thought of the shriek and not the shriek itself. It’s freaking … Continue reading

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Four Ways Bernie Sanders Won the First Democratic Debate

Four Ways Bernie Sanders Won the First Democratic Debate by Okla Elliott First off, let me say that even as an avid Sanders supporter, I have to admit Sanders did not perform to his fullest capacity in the debate—or to … Continue reading

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