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Matt Bialer – 1 poem

  DARK FENCE 4, 256 satellites in orbit But there is one That has been In orbit the longest And nobody knows Who launched it Nobody knows Appears some nights Some nights it doesn’t Black Knight Satellite An oracle in … Continue reading

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Sheldon Lee Compton – prose

  In the Tendaguru Beds I worked in this middle of nowhere place made of one color and no water, no water stubborn as a forty-day flood in reverse. Made of one color upon one color, one shade of brown … Continue reading

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Christopher Barnes – 5 poems

  Lord Byron Steam Cleans The Mattress There’s not a joy          illin’ after being x-filed When the glow             of harmony slumps antsy into dreary moods ‘Tis not on youth’s        goat heaven to fillet upright promises But the tender               crinkly eyes … Continue reading

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Aurora Linnea – 3 poems

  THERE ARE NO WHOLE BODIES AT THE PIG FARM  THE VANISHED PIG WOMEN RETURN NOT AS WHOLE BODIES BUT PARTS:     THE PIGS, THE WOOD CHIPPER, THE FREEZERS THE PALE YELLOW COMPLEXION OF THE PIG WOMEN A FAINT DEPOSIT PADDING … Continue reading

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AE Reiff – prose

  Eating ISusan There is a highway right round earth that divides the ley lines north and south. It is the McDowell Gateway where a hundred pieces of Isis poison the world. Our tale tells how one night THE neighborhoods … Continue reading

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Katie Hibner – 3 poems

  Outline for a New Mythology 1. Mommy & Daddy           a. Mommy is a jackal not quite combed over before seasoning           b. Daddy is a packet of mourning doves gnawing … Continue reading

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RC Miller – 4 poems

  YOU CAN NORMALLY FIND ME AT THE LIBRARY OR TARGET That’s what I was doing when you pulled My eyes out of my mouth and my two upper teeth were Protruding from fruit skins. Walking in the rain would … Continue reading

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