Matthew Carlin

July 26, 2017

In a history textbook you inherited from your brother,
his neat handwriting reads: If you keep something like love a secret,
it can make you sick. […]

John Findura

July 23, 2017

She is sitting in a diner in my hometown
planning our high school reunion […]

Simone Savannah

July 19, 2017

If my mother were alive, we’d talk about our men.
We’d laugh throw our heads back push […]

Robert E. Heald

July 19, 2017

In the dream I can’t forget, shadow lingering behind my eyes no matter how much coffee I drown the night in […]

George Abraham

July 12, 2017

& again, god damns him for existing / for bathing in sunlight / so freely He had to resurrect a white human / in him so his skin retreats, escapes itself – diaspora […]

Adam Falkner

July 12, 2017

I was a wack poet. An
open mic all star. Flash
and footwork and gum chew. […]

Erica Charis-Molling

July 9, 2017

There’s a woman on the roof and a woman on the sidewalk below,
each with their toes curled over the edge of a decision. […]

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