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 […]
August 15, 2017

Her &me by Dan Diehn | Micro-Poetry | #thesideshow

Her &me   The breath of heaven spits upon (adop adrip adrop), her face. She sits cross-legged on a bench— it skews its bones behind her […]
August 14, 2017

4 Poems by Cathryn Shea | Micro-Poetry | #thesideshow

Here’s My Backpack Full of Leaves I steal words from magazines and newspapers like a magpie falsely accused by the BBC of stealing shiny baubles. I […]
August 13, 2017
Kim Bailey Deal

Breaking the Legacy of Silence #48 It’s Time to Name It, Claim It, And Tame It: Silence is Violence | Kim D. Bailey | Weekly Column

Breaking the Legacy of Silence #48 It’s Time to Name It, Claim It, And Tame It: Silence is Violence By Kim D. Bailey   “We must […]
August 13, 2017

In a virtual wasteland by M.S. | Micro-Poetry | #thesideshow

In a virtual wasteland             About the Author M.S. thanks you for reading her work. She may or may not be […]
August 12, 2017

Chaser by Nick Perilli | Flash Fiction | #thesideshow

Chaser Kevin left the hospital at two in the morning. He had a solid evening of making rounds throughout the place. A three car accident on […]
August 11, 2017

On This Salt Pile Where We Fell in Love by Rob Parrish | Flash Fiction | #thesideshow

On This Salt Pile Where We Fell in Love You shove me into the salt pile and say you love me. It’s the first time. The […]
August 10, 2017

F2O LitStyle: Chameleon by Charles Joseph | Kendall Bell | Book Review

  Charles Joseph Chameleon Indigent Press, 2017 Charles Joseph has been called a “poet of the people”, and his first full length collection of poetry and […]
August 10, 2017

The wild-boy chase by Jeffrey Yap | Flash Fiction | #thesideshow

The wild-boy chase I can’t remember his name. I woke up with a throbbing pain in my head, the sun streaming through the blinds onto my […]
August 9, 2017

Sebastian and Theo by Michael Hetzler | Flash Fiction | #thesideshow

Theo tries to write about horses. He writes a simple narrative about a stallion and a filly mating and rearing a colt and the colt breaking […]
August 8, 2017

We Can Grow Squash Here, Jon by Sean Whiteley | Flash Fiction | #thesideshow

We Can Grow Squash Here, Jon      In a part of the world where you’ve never been, a meadow glows. With tulips and carnations and […]
August 7, 2017

How to Be a Preteen Anime Fan in 1999 by Emily Capettini | CNF | #thesideshow

How to Be a Preteen Anime Fan in 1999   This is how it was to be a preteen anime fan in 1999: you rush home […]
August 6, 2017
Kim D. Bailey,

Breaking the Legacy of Silence #47 Masked and Latent Misogyny: Women, Stay Woke Part 3 | Kim D. Bailey | Weekly Column

Masked and Latent Misogyny: Women, Stay Woke Part 3 Breaking the Legacy of Silence #47 By: Kim D. Bailey   “You may encounter many defeats, but […]
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