By Daniel A. Olivas - Oct 31, 2017
Mamá’s Last Lover
He patted my mother’s skull and emitted a tender laugh. “I think she’s never looked more beautiful,” he whispered. “Don’t you agree, Mateo?”Read More >
By Mallory Whitten - Oct 30, 2017
moving to California haiku
so much of this state
has burnt down since we got here
fourteen days ago
By Shy Watson - Oct 25, 2017
i guess the structure
of the restaurant complex
in the walk-in
By Nathan Dragon - Oct 23, 2017
The woodpecker used to be such a good thing. Sort of nice when he heard it.
You could only get so mad, he thought. It was a woodpecker.
By Joe Wenderoth - Oct 18, 2017
Last Words & Impossible Truths On the eve of The Big Day—known as Big Day Eve—the Pioneer is given the ...Read More >
By Brandon Hobson - Oct 13, 2017
Mildred Thorn was surely much too old for such things. He recognized in her a desire to be blindfolded, or so he ...Read More >
By Kelly Schirmann - Oct 11, 2017
Pale strangers arrive inside me
to deliver lectures
on superior methods of thinking
about our current catastrophe
Other people cook eggs
and have no say at all
By Greg Mulcahy - Oct 9, 2017
So this weird fuck goes up to him.
And he was not armed.
The weird fuck, who knew?
I’m Wolf Larssen, the weird fuck says.
By Peter Markus - Oct 4, 2017
They found the cut in half man cut in half with just one half of him to be found.Read More >