Category Archives: Prose

“The Black Hole” by Eleanor Talbot

The Black Hole When Olivia opened the front door to a large black hole spanning her entire front porch, she stood frozen, unable to remove her gaze from the great cavity before her. The dark hollow swirled in a maddening

“The Black Hole” by Eleanor Talbot

The Black Hole When Olivia opened the front door to a large black hole spanning her entire front porch, she stood frozen, unable to remove her gaze from the great cavity before her. The dark hollow swirled in a maddening

the balloons by Charlene Kwiatkowski

the balloons We let them go on the count of three like we did in high school when we threw our blue graduation caps in the air, except these ones didn’t come back down. And the only thing blue was

the balloons by Charlene Kwiatkowski

the balloons We let them go on the count of three like we did in high school when we threw our blue graduation caps in the air, except these ones didn’t come back down. And the only thing blue was

“Edouard Manet’s Portrait of Stéphane Mallarmé (1876)” by Daniel M. Shapiro

Edouard Manet’s Portrait of Stéphane Mallarmé (1876) Daniel M. Shapiro is the author of two chapbooks and a forthcoming collection from sunnyoutside press. His poetry website “Little Myths” can be found here. This is one poem from his forthcoming collection of

“Edouard Manet’s Portrait of Stéphane Mallarmé (1876)” by Daniel M. Shapiro

Edouard Manet’s Portrait of Stéphane Mallarmé (1876) Daniel M. Shapiro is the author of two chapbooks and a forthcoming collection from sunnyoutside press. His poetry website “Little Myths” can be found here. This is one poem from his forthcoming collection of

“Strangers on the MTR” by Valerie Wong

Strangers on the MTR stilted silence as we walk out of the office together, thank god we only have to do this for five more seconds. but oh wait, you’re going the same way and you just said “let’s go

“Strangers on the MTR” by Valerie Wong

Strangers on the MTR stilted silence as we walk out of the office together, thank god we only have to do this for five more seconds. but oh wait, you’re going the same way and you just said “let’s go

Two poems by Daniel Romo

Categorization of Seasonal Ineptitude: a Primer – Sequel – Daniel Romo is the author of Romancing Gravity (Pecan Grove Press, 2012) and When Kerosene’s Involved (Black Coffee Press, 2013). His poetry and photography can be found in The Los Angeles Review, Gargoyle,

Two poems by Daniel Romo

Categorization of Seasonal Ineptitude: a Primer – Sequel – Daniel Romo is the author of Romancing Gravity (Pecan Grove Press, 2012) and When Kerosene’s Involved (Black Coffee Press, 2013). His poetry and photography can be found in The Los Angeles Review, Gargoyle,

Two poems by Kyle Hemmings

When Poe Believed in His Own Vision He went moonblind with abstract dust. Or head spun with madness, he hung upside down from the trees of German Romantics, lean & mystic with solo reflections. His potential lover only allowed him

Two poems by Kyle Hemmings

When Poe Believed in His Own Vision He went moonblind with abstract dust. Or head spun with madness, he hung upside down from the trees of German Romantics, lean & mystic with solo reflections. His potential lover only allowed him

“Broken Teeth” by Kahli Scott

This dream journal is a place to record your dreams.  It is best to write them down as soon as you wake up, while the images and emotions are still fresh.  It is also best to write with abandon. You

“Broken Teeth” by Kahli Scott

This dream journal is a place to record your dreams.  It is best to write them down as soon as you wake up, while the images and emotions are still fresh.  It is also best to write with abandon. You