In The Event of a Collision
by dylan loring the yellow fast food wrappers strategically placed all over your car will serve as airbags, as willRead more.
if you’re reading this, i am many girls and none of them love you
by diana khong i. if you’re reading this, i’ve stopped calling & you are sad. imagine i am in aRead more.
Editor’s Note, Issue 6
By Matthew Kabik, EIC This issue came at a weird time. It’s part of the reason I pushed off publishingRead more.
She Says/Space, in Chains
By Sara Krassin she says I’ll tell you everything there were Words she says Words she says Guilty ofRead more.
by max berwald Her apartment was barren except for a single, unripe mango on her counter. He took theRead more.
BY LORI SAMBOL BRODY Half an hour after the bell rings and everyone’s all school’s out for the summer, andRead more.
you have sweat through your shirt in massachusetts
by katie clark it’s september in the way we know it (summer sticks to your upper lip salt-slick and shining)Read more.
It’s not a phase/Thermogram
by tina gross it’s not a phase (a library catalog “browse title” found poem) It’s not a myth :Read more.
Responding to the Restaurant Questionnaire
by john richardson Overall Experience Swans are mirrored on the river. And when the money runs out, he leaves theRead more.