By Paul Fauteux As a less-than-stellar youth I googled “shaving pubic hair” and found a man who said “I wantRead more.
Hawking and Squawking
By Daniel W. Thompson I told them birds to shut it up. I said, you can’t be hawking and squawkingRead more.
I Watch Dishes
By Alina Stefanescu the woman is a blend a detail-buster harem moving with duster memory being flummoxed feeling I’m watching theRead more.
By Elizabeth Mercurio she sighs when I take her out the same dumb doll who bleeds for me she hasRead more.
By Tantra Bensko When weird things happen to me, sometimes I wonder. Is it because my Palatine German ancestors keptRead more.
By Dolan Morgan I open the deer with a knife and put my bags inside. It’s dusk in the cul-de-sac.Read more.
The Meyers Briggs
By Arielle Lipset I know I exist. Yours are the eyes carving my dust into small piles of nothing YouRead more.
oedipus / body imaginings
By Cliff Lynn oedipus I could never be sure but I grew up with an idea that the woman whoRead more.
Where We Bury Our Dead
By Robert James Russell When I was a girl my mom would tell me stories about her people. They cameRead more.
By Fikret Pajalic The hand-written sign taped to the sliding doors of my local supermarket said Night-filler Wanted – Apply Within.Read more.
A Murmur at Nevermore by Jenn McCreary*
By Travis Macdonald He melts through time like a statue. & he breaks at the bloody riddle with his boomerangRead more.
by Samantha Sweigert I named the light switches. Said goodnight to little things. (Green Street) We didn’t talk about the garageRead more.
Lucas & Derrick Cullen are twin gill-swimmers who have been striving against the current of banality for over two decades.Read more.
Glow in the Dark / Our New Business Model for the Second Half of this Decade
By Michael Salgado Glow in the Dark Sample Specialist 9 walked into the lab and said, “We’re missing a radioactiveRead more.
You Have What I Want (An Excerpt)
By Chelsea Laine Wells Jodi: seventeen and itchy hot restless, her heart revving high and hard like a machine aboutRead more.
Masc 4 Mask
By Tyler Gillespie Told myself I’d never fuck a married MAN, but now on my knees, can’t keep my word.Read more.
By Al Kratz It was my job to take care of the dead animals and I was a dedicated worker.Read more.
By Gillian Ramos My grandfather is dying in a crowded room, surrounded by sons and daughters, doctors and nurses, aRead more.
By Madeline Anthes In Indiana there were fewer people than cornstalks and everyone looked related. The boys scared me. TheyRead more.
About Planet You / To the Telemarketer at the Other End of the Ringing
By Le Hinton About Planet you Maybe I know a problem IRead more.
By Vanessa Jimenez Gabb Working class wages have risen by 5-6% in China, where billionaires exist more than anywhere else,Read more.
A few things about this process are, and I suspect will continue to be, weird. First, I didn’t realize thatRead more.
Silver / Fleet Street
By J. Bradley Silver Neil uses me as a booster seat, grips the steering wheel. “You know what to do, right,”Read more.