July 31, 2016

Film Essay: Short Need Not Mean Small by David Boyle

In recent years I’ve become more and more absorbed by independent short films. I have Indieflix, among other channels, to thank for that. Seeing any number […]
July 30, 2016
Kim D. Bailey,

Breaking the Legacy of Silence # 7 Remembering Rightly: A Letter To My Children

Remembering Rightly: A Letter To My Children “To remember a wrongdoing is to struggle against it.” “…it is important not merely to remember, but to remember […]
July 25, 2016
Craig A. Hart

Musings of a Premature Curmudgeon #9: A Curmudgeon’s Classics

A Curmudgeon’s Classics One of my main complaints about the current generation—and there a fucking ton of them—is the reading material so many of them choose, […]
July 23, 2016

Bluebird by James Stack|Flash Fiction

Bluebird Skipping naked through a field of daisies, Luke’s exposed skin was warmed by the zephyr enveloping him, caressing every appendage. The arousing atmosphere tinkled with […]