Sharing short fiction and poetry on Mondays and Fridays…and sometimes on the days in between
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how the beating heart of the earthsounded like when we lay there onthe grass sharing our futures? TEA SOLON enjoys gulping butung any given day. In her capacity as professor, researcher, and administrator, she had served the academe for nearly two decades. A boring mom and annoying mamarazzi, her bragging rights include basil grower, cancer warrior, and Kabisdak contributor. Read more … More do you remember? | Tea Solon
We published seven Sorta-Sonnets, a very intentional number. I then took two lines from each of the poems and mashed them together into this pastiche, which is another Sorta-Sonnet. My gratitude to all the poets who submitted and to Sammi Cox for her indulgence. Sorta-Sonnet Pastiche Punishment in the afterlife is a quaint ideathere is … More Sorta-Sonnet Pastiche | Bartholomew Barker
In the mirror world inverted, where left is right, right is left. Does time run backwards behind the glass? Nolcha has written all her life, starting with poop and crayons on the walls. Her poems have been published in Lothlorien Poetry Journal, Alien Buddha Zine, Dark Entries, Duck Head Journal, Medusa’s Kitchen and others. Her chapbook, “My Father’s Ghost Hates Cats,” … More Inverted | Nolcha Fox