Any Autumn by Beau Peregoy My own cheekbone against my own forearm hurts, but it is how usually collapse. It is so July right now. I would change that for a thing. For any autumn. Any autumn is a hymn that walks down your neck and your upper-back (which is why they call it fall). […]
Haunted Terrain Park by Pat A Physics Fir trees were turning and vanishing through the sides of my head.Â My sled was off the ground some of the time, but when on the ground, it gripped the snow securely.Â The azure sky was cloudless and I was wondering if I had time for another climb […]
Here is a look at the visual output of 19 literary greats.
Cleft from Limestone by KJ Hannah Greenberg Cleft from limestone, also from yeshiva bucharim dancing, singing, dreaming, Near craggy outcropping, Kotel stones, white doves, sky-fostered illuminations, Uniformed captains, part grisly machismo, cry for soldiers hunted, captured, killed. This ancient real estateâ€™s old, strong energy, radiates near demolition crews Exploding evidence, but belongs not to busses […]
On Oct 20th, 2011 David Berman read some new work @ the Headquarters Library, 401 E. University Avenue, and University of Florida campus, Gainesville.
Even Among Such Beauty by Dan Raphael bright sun lush june 53 degrees when you open all your windows and doors more goes out than comes in the road passes through me without a ramp nothings visible at 60 miles per hour, at 24 hours a day, I donâ€™t need to know the history exploding […]
melody by Wynn Everett Editor’s Note: Catch Wynn Everett in the new HBO series “The Newsroom”. his life was full of ends that didn’t rhyme unlike the stories he sang to me on the phone when one left him on a saturday, another on a tuesday, never a clean rhythm, unless walking down seventh, but […]
*untitled* by Jordan McElheran we’d sit on swings or steps and talk about how nothing lasts foreverâ€” like when kym’s hamster died and we wrapped him snug in toilet tissue and placed him gently in a small dryer sheet box with a few snacks. it must’ve smelled nice for himâ€” but that was a year […]
The City Is On Fire And Has Been For Weeks by James D Quinton Explosive Books, 9780956782311 Available from Amazon Review by Ben Macnair Following the well-received Street Psalms James D Quinton returns with his new opus. It follows his development as a writer, poet and short story writer, from early work to later more […]
BLOAT & FLOAT THROUGH THE GATELESS GATE LETTER TO THE WORLD 3 by Mark Sargent What if you didnâ€™t understand anything you said?Â Okay, plenty of these folks wandering around already, either god-drunk or scrambled and fried.Â All of the above?Â What I mean is, youâ€™ve got the same consciousness, thoughts, emotions, but when you […]