Table of Contents – Issue #1 Editors’ Note Fiction “Catching Frogs” by M. David Hornbuckle “At the Fish Tanks” by Louis E. Bourgeois “Amalo” by Sarah Fisch “Interview with a Starving Man” by Juan Carlos Reyes Poetry “In the Garden” … Continue reading
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Mixing Socrates and Descartes “The only thing I know is that I know nothing.” -Socrates “I think, and therefore I am.” -Descartes the only thing I know is that I know and therefore I think I am nothing ** A … Continue reading
Editor’s note: “Red Paint Hill” was nominated for the 2010/11 Best of the Net Awards. Red Paint Hill -Clarksville, TN This is the confluence, the wishbone split where Clark’s men lifted their dripping oars out of the river and shaped … Continue reading
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Frog is a musician, composer, video artist, and performance artist from Gainesville, FL.