March 3, 2017

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Our  print and online platforms are dedicated to off kilter texts that utilize language in unique ways. From the experimental to the surreal and wacky, we […]
July 23, 2017

Four Celebrations of Queer Transgression by Louie Crew Clay | Art | #thesideshow

About the Artist Louie Crew Clay, 80, is an emeritus professor at Rutgers. He lives in East Orange, NJ, with Ernest Clay, his husband for 43 […]
July 22, 2017
Kim D. Bailey,

Masked and Latent Misogyny: Women, Stay Woke Part 2 Breaking the Legacy of Silence #46 By: Kim D. Bailey “The feminist agenda is not about equal […]
July 22, 2017

Bathtub Receipt Mountain Mimih by Erkembode | Art | #thesideshow

About the Artist Erkembode is a receipt based Mimih artist living in Leeds. His art has variously been described as irreverent, outsider, spiritual, modernist, cutesy, not […]
July 21, 2017

Alice in Flight by Alan Britt | Micro-Poetry | #thesideshow

ALICE IN FLIGHT     Alice holds a looking glass up to me, sees violas, cellos & feral violins all made from feather & clay, & […]
July 20, 2017

The Future Sounds Like a Chopper by Allen Jones | Flash Fiction | #thesideshow

You slip your hands into my feathered body like a surgeon who needs to sell my fluttering heart. Someone clips me in the head with the […]
July 19, 2017
Alex Schumacher

Breadcrumbs From the Void # 39 Oral Pleasure – The Verbal Pitch | Alex Schumacher | Weekly Column

Oral Pleasure – The Verbal Pitch by Alex Schumacher   Welcome back to another enthralling edition of your favorite depraved writing column, Bread Crumbs from the […]
July 19, 2017

I Want You To Imagine Me by Jerrod Schwarz | Micro-Poetry | #thesideshow

I Want You to Imagine Me as magma in a cast mold of appendages and a head; I am always somewhere in between a truck engine […]
July 18, 2017

3 Poems from As If by Anna Meister | Micro-Poetry | #thesideshow

*     You said there are so many places we should explore, yet you never tried to sleep with me. Such a blessing as the […]
July 17, 2017

A Treatise on Eczema by Alex Simand | Creative Non-Fiction | #thesideshow

A Treatise on Eczema   Eczema is my body communicating with me. Eczema wants to know why I’m walking around in someone else’s sun while a […]
July 16, 2017

After Watching a Marvel Movie, We Talk Descartes by Samuel Fox | Creative Non-Fiction | #thesideshow

After Watching a Marvel Movie, We Talk Descartes   All my friends blink and they turn thirty. I blink and my vision is cleared of dust […]
July 15, 2017

Digging in the Woods by Nicholas Rys | Flash Fiction | #thesideshow

  Digging in the Woods     It’s hard to forget the afternoon in 7th grade when Shayna Lewis pulled out a bag of weed on […]
July 14, 2017

Seagulls as a Metaphor for Love by Lizzie Michael | Flash Fiction | #thesideshow

I want to open a food stand that serves seagulls smothered with orange sauce and call it Szechuan chicken. We eat pigeon, dove, and all various […]