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February 9, 2019

THREE POEMS BY REBECCA LYNN

isn’t it so angry black woman of me/ to call those who come for me/vultures/ waiting to pick apart/a thing/they call /already/dead     LAST NIGHT […]
February 8, 2019

HOW TO TALK TO A PEGAN BY ELIZABETH SHULER

  She is never on time. Late or early by at least half an hour is a good rule when timing her. It is not disrespect […]
February 2, 2019

FIVE POEMS BY JESSICA WALSH

      Restructuring   The good go to ash like when Thanos snapped. The rest, like me, remain in spacious frame: situation, diorama, circumstance. Rapture’s […]
January 31, 2019

TRGGVI BY C.C. HANNETT

  Trggvi   In the beginning there was no beginning | Anfanglos De Novo | Solitary rule presided over White Nothing | Olfactory static | For […]