by MarITza Mora I hid behind my copy of Captain Underpants when their rage walked them into the kitchen withRead more.
by Meg Reynolds It was early in summer of ugly nestlings and earwigs knotted in my father’s fence. The branchesRead more.
by Mary B. Sellers Clara can only remember three things before the green flash happened, before her face wasRead more.
Dad Still Doesn’t Know the South Lost the Civil War
by Kara Goughnour My heart has been a long time spent – a cased cadaver all veil and veneer. ARead more.
by sabrina hicks I never felt right claiming your sun-bleached hair and sunset eyes, but that didn’t stop Mama inRead more.
What You Missed While I was Watching Your Cat
by Christopher Gonzalez The woman upstairs—have you met her?—moves furniture between 10pm and midnight. She drags what must be anRead more.
Milk and Honey for the Furnace/Mounted
by E. Kristin Anderson milk and honey FOR THE FURNACE (a golden shovel after Kesha) We begin asRead more.
Your Last Day Pointing
By andrew rogers Your last day pointing was a huge success, even raccoons noticed You pointed out masks, tail rings,Read more.
[Imagine Everything at Once]
by Justin Rigamonti Imagine everything at once. Every moment of your life, every sound and scene you’ve lived through, allRead more.
Matisse’s Clarity of Light
by Elizabeth J. Coleman This morning by mistake I saw a headline that if the earth moves a tiny bitRead more.
by Kathryn McMahon Blackberry bushes are always green as are the ferns and the pines full of shadows. Just because theyRead more.
Editor’s Note, Issue 11
This issue took some time. The Third Point Press team was busy creating life or welcoming it to an endRead more.