Monthly Archives: September 2018

Two Poems: Neon Boneyard and Disobedience

. Two Poems: Neon Boneyard and Disobedience By Ruth Bavetta   Neon Boneyard The desert ends in a pit of light, streets cacophonous in their escape from dark. They’ve pried the gas from its place in the Periodic Table, stroked … Continue reading

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O’Brien’s Tower

  . O’Brien’s Tower By Stephen Roger Powers   O’Brien’s Tower If you stand on the beach in Montauk and launch miniature ships from your eyes— indulge in breaking miniature champagne bottles across their bows first—the line of ships will, … Continue reading

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Capitol Island

  Capitol Island By Robert Boucheron   For the annual First Year Building Project at the Yale School of Architecture, students design and construct a small building, often a wood frame house in New Haven. Unique at American schools, the … Continue reading

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Punk Rock at 45

. Punk Rock at 45 By John Dorsey   Punk Rock at 45 when i look at your life now i think nancy spungen got off easy breast cancer at 45 you have be a fighter to sleep in the … Continue reading

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Grace

  Grace By Mike James   Grace Before she chose her one new name, she trembled through a dozen baby books. Walked through library stacks and touched every Anna and Sylvia, all the Marianne’s, Eileen’s, and Audre’s. Said each in … Continue reading

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