Category Archives: fiction

  1. PISTOL by Carson Pytell

    November 11, 2019 by RJ

    Van Gogh’s rusted pistol was sold For a little south of two hundred grand, And they weren’t even sure It …
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  2. 4 Poems by Holly Day

    May 2, 2019 by RJ

      March The first ants of the season are spilling out onto the sidewalk Warmed by the unexpected sunshine. There …
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  3. Moles & Scraps, fiction by Javed Hayat

    November 19, 2018 by RJ

    A starved hunchbacked figure covered in blanket gently steers a one eyed dog along with him. A four legged shadow …
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  4. WORMS by Jesse Eagle

    August 11, 2018 by RJ

    We walked around Uptown checking doors until we finally found an unlocked ‘82 Impala on a side street. The car …
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  5. MIGRAINES by Jesse Eagle

    August 2, 2018 by RJ

    There were stenciled migraines all over her apartment walls, her very own paintings. It was a small apartment in a …
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  6. WATER by Jesse Eagle

    July 26, 2018 by RJ

    I ordered whatever food and sat on the living room floor in my apartment and tried to eat something. There …
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  7. TWISTED UP by Jesse Eagle

    July 19, 2018 by RJ

    I watched my sister brush her teeth with her finger and spit the toothpaste in the sink. Her gums never …
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  8. ALABAMA FIRES by Fin Sorrel

    July 3, 2018 by RJ

    ALABAMA FIRES When I wake up, I notice the Velour tablet resembling chalk (half-life) behind my swollen tongue. I had …
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  9. Grandpa Salerno Wakes to the Predawn Chill of Sevilla, fiction by Tobi Alfier

    July 7, 2016 by RJ

    In another time, another life, before even the roosters were up, he was usually at the café in the butcher’s …
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  10. HOW TO STEAL A HOUSE (IN THREE EASY STEPS) by GJ Hart

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    May 18, 2016 by RJ

      I To steal a house, you must understand a house, and Jason understands the detached Georgian villa better than …
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