Alysia Nicole Harris

January 13, 2016

They led her in burqa & blindfold. They (masc. pl.)
executed the mother, Mary.
No scaffold/ elegant gallows. Instead
an industrial crane, all spine and faultless height, […]

Jill Ann Mceldowney

January 13, 2016

To The Sea they stopped sending film crews because it got too real. they left their shadows here. the virus started,                          when the […]

Jessica O. Marsh

January 13, 2016

POSER Did you tell her the true answer was plenty                                                   […]

Amorak Huey

January 13, 2016

The bulldozers. The fog. The maples.
The multitudes in the silvery fall.
From here every galaxy looks like faith, […]

AM Ringwalt

January 6, 2016

the throat: full of wildflowers
the eyes: surrounded by deep pink flesh

can i swallow what i’m made of
(those i want to save but can’t) […]

Anders Carlson-Wee

January 6, 2016

Leftover Crowning Glorys.
Leftover Ladyfingers,

Bottle Rockets, Triple Missiles,
Dancing with Ghosts. […]

Ayo Oyeku

January 6, 2016

When you say
goodbye,
it’s an organic
example
of shrubs, roots
and pieces. […]

Justin Phillip Reed

January 6, 2016

under a weight of slush-cold bodies
rutting, i drew breath: rancor.
the clamor of their anchors dragging […]

Jess Feldman

January 6, 2016

Someone turns the kettle off.
Sets an alarm to silence. Neighbor,
are we showered? Are we dead yet? […]

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