July 27, 2018

No Beans by Nuoc Mammal

    Last night, I had a dream entirely in text messages. It was a conversation in blue and grey, with a former TA of mine; […]
July 26, 2018

Pavlov’s Dog by Abraheem Dittu

Pavlov’s Dog I’m nobody’s darling Darling I was coerced by the courts About the Author Abraheem Dittu is a Pakistani-American poet from Los Angeles. He’s previously […]
July 25, 2018

The Extremely Disturbing Assault at the Red Cross by James Hartman

      To label it “the extremely disturbing assault” is grossly inaccurate.  But writers need a headline, so they exaggerate everything.  Writers, as a species, […]
July 24, 2018

Two Stories by Alex Ebel

  Smoke & Mirrors A neon eye blinked from the window overlooking the street. A wooden sign painted with a floating palm swung from above the […]