Monthly Archives: June 2018

Joseph S. Pete Debuts

30 By Joseph S. Pete They gathered at the corner tavern after the regulars retired for the night, to mourn yet another colleague who moved on under the neon glow. Wake after wake, the newsroom was a gushing abattoir bleeding … Continue reading

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Jim Zola Debuts

Jim Zola is a poet and photographer living in North Carolina. Zaftig   Bless elasticity, summer shorts,  dog days’ bark.  Your hair ends curled  with sweat brings me  to my knees. Let me  fan your curves,  your every inch.  Let … Continue reading

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John Grey Returns

John Grey is an Australian poet, US resident. Recently published in Examined Life Journal, Studio One and Columbia Review with work upcoming in Leading Edge, Poetry East and Midwest Quarterly.   THE CIRCUS So it smelled of elephant piss and … Continue reading

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Bobbie Troy

  I Speak to You By Bobbie Troy I speak to you not from the grave but from the air around you the sun above and the ground under your feet I speak to you as one who cherished your … Continue reading

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