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April 11, 2019

FREEDOM NIGHT: FLASH FICTION BY MEG POKRASS

Freedom Night Tonight, we refuse to live our lives like indoor cats just because there’s a hole the size of Europe in the ozone. What we […]
April 8, 2018

Dog Days by Nod Ghosh || F2O19

Well we never caught no fish, but you caught my heart. We'd run through the snake-green grass together and dance with the wind. I loved the way your hair stuck out at all angles, like golden wheat-straw. We'd throw sticks into the creek and paint our faces with mud from around Winding Fork. We'd pull daisies and dandelions out of the ground; tug them out by their roots. Sometimes you'd pull too fast, and nothing came up, like they didn't have no roots at all. They were a bit like you and Cora-Jean in that respect. Following your Ma, desperate. Like ducklings shit scared of being left behind whenever she moved.
February 26, 2016

BackFlippers by Nate Zachar

We got our shit with us and we’re at the park, see, me and Jake, Mandy and this new broad who’s either Emily or Emma. I’m […]
February 2, 2016

  Big Shoes To Fill— Mitch Kalka ike the dark early days of Pete Seeger’s career, I too have a part of my life that is […]