Monthly Archives: November 2011

Highlight of the Day, poem by Sheri Wright

Her youngest crawls through the dog’s dish, then back again to retrieve a red Fruit-Loop floating in water. She sits underneath her crackle of blonde hair – three shades of peroxide streaked like chicken trails through straw, while the TV … Continue reading

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Home Invasion, fiction by Timothy Gager

The mountain lion that could kill you in the woods, instead races past, leaps over a rock and devours a small dog in the scenic yard you’re squatting behind. You feel like Dwight Gooden sitting on a dirty old sofa … Continue reading

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Half-Life, fiction by Kurt Taylor

The dented front fender of Danny Mather’s gold ’89 Cadillac Eldorado and the dead armadillo cracked and steaming along the roadside a half mile back were not unrelated. Danny was tapping the steering wheel, saying the issue was premeditation. “I … Continue reading

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