The Room by Jim Bennett underneath the blue green paper pictures of flowers is the ghost of wood-chip and in places round the fireplace in
BLACK HOLES IN SPACE by Casey Bush as the Insurance Salesman stepped into the shower he forgot to doff his hat or loosen his tie.
The Long Blue Room Poetry by Joan Gelfand Benicia Literary Arts, January, 2014 ISBN 978-0-9703737-2-4 Paperback: xii; 87 pp. $12.95 Review by Carol Smallwood Ms.
CAN’T THINK STRAIGHT STREET by Colin James Body found with a crushed skull, then a falling off of sorts. None of the usual brain signals
uh hmmm. and how does that make you feel? by Tara Przybille Bradley Washing his face, Richard thinks, “Damn, I hate fat people.” He puts
ol el a Photo and poem by Oswald James hypothetically nude crawling up the five with the windows down and the mind ablaze as if
Death has a lengthy head of urgency by Oscar Smiles Death has a lengthy head of urgency classification module: 1TS systemic tumor the red winged
You’re ol familiar by Larla Wirtz This is not a place for children. This place; for liars and thieves. Portrait painters and Arabian prostitutes. Boys
Lenny by Lowell Jaeger He’d knock and open before I answered in the locker room where busboys, prep-cooks, and high school dishwasher jocks hung their
A Man in Chains by Michael Henson “I know. I know,” said the man in chains. But the officer said it again. “Fifteen minutes, no