the here and now by Patrick Longe just the vision reggae on brow uproar among us and you totally apart what ascertained hardscrabble heart to
Man Ray, a pioneering photographer and Jazz Age colleague of Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí, died in Paris more than three decades ago, but what’s
Among the Invisibles by Cliff Burns From his favorite hideaway, five stories above the ground, Little Po is an inconspicuous witness to the chaos below.
Recipe For Prison Pruno By Jarvis Masters Take ten peeled oranges, Jarvis Masters, it is the judgment and sentence of this court, one 8 oz.
The Only Mexican by David Martinez The only Mexican that ever was Mexican, fought in the revolution and drank nightly, and like all machos, crawled
The Whole by Julie Levine You’re tired of subdividing everything, breaking down the whole so you can better understand the whole — no one cares
The Lath House by Frank Osen Wood strips, cross-purposed into lattice, made this nursery of interstices—a place that softened, then admitted, sun with shade, baffled
SAINT THERESA by Juan Gelman and with many birds and their songs in the / highest part of the mind or head / and rumblings
A VISIT by Marc Carver I saw my dad two days ago the first time in a year. He is not the big man I
BY:Haruki Murakami (Translated by Jay Rubin) Honey Pot “So Masakichi got his paws full of honey—way more honey than he could eat by himself—and he