Paige Webb

October 5, 2016

Pedestrians point to the out of frame
lamppost, sky, storefront
all parallel to those in view through
the window one woman calls
Self-Portrait with Various Faces

Samuel Ace

September 18, 2016

His face the rock cliff His face the rock cliff   a place of views   his face a shelter   a barn   a loyal brother full of lips   his face in aging   a mirror and a protest […]

Onis Sampson

September 12, 2016

In humid spaces
speech sleeps on your lap,
you gouge serenities […]

Brett Elizabeth Jenkins

September 4, 2016

We were all there, or none of us were.
The ice was frozen through. I skated across
like a small car. You in a green coat. The ice […]

Megan Peak

August 28, 2016

Ice winked its white eye, slick
and aggressive. I wore kitten

heels. I felt pretty. I didn’t mind […]

Nabila Lovelace

August 14, 2016

I want,
after waking to the news
that is always the news
& changing the Facebook
autoplay settings as to not
see the blood out
of where it is meant to be in
of the black / brown him / her / they, […]

Jory Mickelson

July 24, 2016

There is nothing left to tell
about the watch I kept,

regularly irregular, the hands
reached to strike. My flinching, […]

Devon Wootten

July 17, 2016

the war is so lurid that everything else is dull.
a great watery animal breaking itself on the rocks, […]

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