CONTRADICTION by Jekwu Anyaegbuna Nigeria, the golden toilet where India and China defecate, expelling diseased drugs and antiretroviral generators of high-voltage deaths and tricycles of poverty aggravation, where crude oil has calcified us so crude that we kidnap babies to earn soiled, oiled Dollars, where South Africa rapes the Naira into bloody Rands, is shouting […]


Veil by Todd Davis In this low place between mountains fog settles with the dark of evening. Every year it takes some of those we love—a car full of teenagers on the way home from a dance, or a father on his way to the paper mill, night shift the only opening. Each morning, up […]