May 1, 2018

Morning Glory by Jayne Martin

They cut you from my body as you rage against your removal. You’d grown large, claiming every ounce of me as your own like the morning […]
May 2, 2018

Two Flash-Fiction Pieces by Evan Anderson

The End of the World, pt. 2 At the end of the world, the light didn’t go out. In fact, it got clearer. The earth became […]
May 3, 2018

Dark & Dastardly:The Psychology of Art by J. Ray Paradiso

J. Ray Paradiso is a recovering academic in the process of refreshing himself as an EXperiMENTAL writer and a street photographer.
May 4, 2018

Churro’s Trifling Requia by Alex Checkovich

Churro’s Trifling Requia Errrreet reeeeeet, ruhwwweEEEEEEEET!!!!   Some say soli.  Instead of solos.  Guitar lovers, natch.  John Fahey fans.  Other deploy artistes.  (Craving excessive connoisseurship?  Check […]