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                • Poetry

                  Alan C Pelaez Lopez

                  before the crossing1 our family could understand the whispers of the water2. we bathed our cuerpos morenos as if we we were holy […]

                • Feature

                  Danez Smith

                  New work by Danez Smith plus a conversation between Danez and Phillip B. Williams […]

                • Poetry

                  Adam Falkner

                  I was a wack poet. An
                  open mic all star. Flash
                  and footwork and gum chew. […]

                • Poem of the Week

                  Jae Nichelle

                  Children don’t play outside no more leads to daughters don’t help in the kitchen no more and I drop rice on the carpet but kick it towards my cousin so it looks like she did it […]

                • Poetry

                  Karisma Price

                  Bless the children who are pared to the white ones. Praise the project bricks and the men inside selling white ones. […]


                • Sanam Sheriff

                  October 24, 2018

                  & the nozzle is mouth enough,
                  & the engine cuts like a fine blade
                  sharpening the redwoods
                  into a funeral of hands, grasping […]

                • Patrick Williams

                  October 24, 2018

                  Never pick a fight with anyone
                  who still buys blank media in bulk.

                  Remember the bliss of auto-reverse, […]

                • Dana Koster

                  October 24, 2018

                  Summer afternoons, we make a game
                  of collecting empty shells

                  spit from a shotgun chamber: silver […]


                Fiction/Creative Nonfiction

                • Adam Hamze

                  March 30, 2016

                  i have seen my lifeless body. it has its own name that sounds nothing like mine. it lives in the bathroom stall of some restaurant, bloody & left behind. in the ditch down the street from the university, rain falling on its silence. […]

                • SJ Sindu

                  March 23, 2016
                • Mary Jean Murphy

                  March 11, 2016


                Poem of the Week

                • Danielle Mitchell

                  August 12, 2018

                  Results: Danielle Mitchell is an actress known for
                  Cold Squad & Genie in the House known for

                  a widowed father & two teenage daughters who […]


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