by Anthony Salandy One can always find the time In much the same way we wait For planes to arrive and depart And carry us far and wide, But some lack the time to see […]
by Heather Ball Picture a Venn Diagram. Hand drawn with circles, Imperfect, like eggs pulled off the sorting belt. The left, me, literally. The right, me: my figure, figured (figuratively). And me in the middle. […]
J. Ray Paradiso is a recovering academic in the process of refreshing himself as an experiMENTAL photographer and writer.
I live in a world that I shape at my liking, throughout a virtual pictorial and sculptural movement, transferring my experiences, photographing reality throughout my filters, refined from years research and experimentation. Painting for […]
When Sarmonica Jones is not writing her latest fiction, or poetry, she can be found pursuing a photography project, bagging the latest mountainous peak, working out at the gym, painting abstract paintings, or […]
by Yaun Changming & Skyline Roughly, at the same height of &&&&&&&&&Every rocky mountain[…]
Charles Talkoff is a freelance photographer and artist. His short fiction has appeared in, Underground Voices, JMWW, 3QR, The Midway Review, and The Urbanite. He lives in Chicago.
by Ed Ahern When I was fourteen there was a girl I thought was cute but never had the nerve to chase. We spent four years near but never close and thirty years in mutual […]
by Salam Wosu because my body is a house situated beside the beautiful sea overlooking the horizon/ high above clouds I cannot afford it. Today I sold a piece/ of my […]
by Salam Wosu I write to tell you that my bones are made of contention And my skin black with discord I write to tell you that I come from the dust And I am […]