Monthly Archives: January 2019

Remembering the Great Flood in the Frozen Food Aisle

  Remembering the Great Flood in the Frozen Food Aisle By Ronnie Sirmans   REMEMBERING THE GREAT FLOOD IN THE FROZEN FOOD AISLE 0 g. Zero grams: No trans fats, according to the big numeral and letter on the label. … Continue reading

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Creatures of Our Better Nature

  Creatures of Our Better Nature By John Dorsey   Creatures of Our Better Nature as i stop to watch the gossip of a bluebird through a dirty glass window i think it is november & i’m sipping champagne on … Continue reading

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When I Was a Child

  When I Was a Child By Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozábal   When I Was a Child When I was a child I had no need for tennis shoes. I walked the unpaved  roads of Zacatepec in sandals sometimes barefoot and shirtless. We … Continue reading

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Robbie the Owl

  Robbie the Owl By Ryan Quinn Flanagan   Robbie the Owl My wife and I watch this show about this owl who is not fit for the wild and has imprinted on humans. His name is Robbie the Owl. … Continue reading

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2018: A Year in Poetry

. 2018: A Year in Poetry By Chase Dimock   In 2018, As It Ought To Be proudly to featured astounding work by many brilliant poets. As the Managing Editor, I can say that my favorite part of the job … Continue reading

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