July 1, 2018

The Mayor’s Own Mango by Sean Cunningham

The Mayor was loved. The Mayor was told that his people were starving and he had to feed his people. The Mayor knew that if action […]
July 2, 2018

3 poems by JT Wilson

[contraption] a cantankerous so-called cordless contraption infiltrates the inspiration confined to a cloudy corner barking and belching out infuriating irksome cranky clatty clat clatter that blanches […]
July 3, 2018

Theresa by William Walker

We got drinks in a bombed-out bar with a red light. The walls seemed to fall in, and I thought she would hate it, but she […]
July 5, 2018

Five Poems by Ori Fienberg

Two-Body Problem You once told me about irregular orbits, and how all time is really distance from each other: How many light years we have aged […]