- The Volume 3 print edition is available now. Buy it now!
Like us on Facebook here.
Sign up for our mailing list here.
samsung galaxy s 5 release | the samsung galaxy s5 | samsung galaxy s 5 release date | release date for samsung galaxy s5 | samsung galaxy s5 unlocked | new samsung galaxy s5| the samsung galaxy| is there a samsung galaxy s5 | samsung galaxy s5 phone
Category Archives: Poetry
Newly Dead (Atlanta Men’s Sobriety and Spirituality Workshop) Day 1 A winding trail of weathered walkers, two and three men wide is a steady train billowing tobacco smoke and deep age-lined voices. In the linoleum meeting hall, yellowed nicotine fingers … Continue reading
She stood staring at the snow drizzling down the narrow corridor of light that fell upon her from the streetlamp. It was after two in the morning and the dog had to pee. She had fallen asleep on the pink … Continue reading
Compass Here’s how I learned East: camped on a tarp beside a brick-pile, flannel sleeping bags with dew-fall beading up along the seams, when sunrise broke the treetops from the low far corner of the yard, lit up our dreams … Continue reading
Write a Dream, Lose a Reader Suddenly I remembered the two huge pigs I’d been keeping as pets in my studio and hadn’t seen for weeks. I called and called here pigs and they came covered in bedsores, their fur … Continue reading
Good-lookin’, that’s why, even if skinny as a rail. Hell’s bell’s, it wasn’t like I’d been waiting with bated breath. I didn’t want some piddling jackass, some snot-nosed mamma’s boy who didn’t know diddlysquat. Hell no. I could’ve waited a … Continue reading
The Toll Man Lives in his booth beside the interstate, takes coins, makes change. Decades pass—he accepts dollars. Longer still, he’s replaced by an automaton, but still his hat rests on metal casing. You don’t see him anymore, yet he … Continue reading