Monthly Archives: October 2016

“10 Ways to Murder You with My Yard” by Christy Vlachos Jones

Yes, my pretties.   I can kill any who come along armed with nothing more than my charm and my wits…and a few of the plants that grow on my property. Would you be interested in touring my lovely macabre garden? … Continue reading

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Trump Unfriendings by Danusha V. Goska

John was tall but straight-limbed thin and his baggy Catholic school uniform – blue slacks, white shirt, tie – hid no Darwinian strategy in or appetite for the survival of the fittest. The mob surrounding John moved according to an … Continue reading

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Mary Biddinger and Matthew Cheney in Conversation

  * Mary Biddinger and Matthew Cheney have both published books with Black Lawrence Press, in Mary’s case five books of poetry and in Matthew’s a collection of short stories. Both are also ensconced in academia: Mary is a professor … Continue reading

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A Review of Jordan Rothacker’s And Wind Will Wash Away 

A Review of Jordan Rothacker’s And Wind Will Wash Away By Nate Ragolia Like James Joyce and Thomas Pynchon before him, Jordan A. Rothacker takes on the epic novel in his masterful debut, And Wind Will Wash Away (hereafter referred … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: SARAH SARAI

REMORSE By Sarah Sarai When he lumbered in the way of men who use their hands to till earth, he knocked rough doorway to sob at unfairness and the slaying. Dull, trembling, he threw down three pelts against a desert … Continue reading

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“Languages” by David Ishaya Osu

Languages i do not chew fruits that i cannot pronounce garden whoever made my body, first drank a moon revival it is open & close to fire, it will body along midnight’s circles—next time you will cry, she replied material … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: SANDRA L. FAULKNER

THE INTERVIEW By Sandra L. Faulkner                    for Sylvia Plath (after “The Applicant”) Can you separate lights from darks, gabardine from linen? Too much bother? I cannot care if your hands are warm like Georgia hot springs capable of sparing my … Continue reading

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