Monthly Archives: March 2013

Two Poems by John Dorsey

Boxcar Poem #6 on halloween someone in the trailer park put razor blades in a few candy apples after that we stayed in to this day i still won’t shave looking like grizzly adams just seems more wholesome   Boxcar … Continue reading

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The Androgynous Coat, fiction by Nathan Graziano

I finished my beer, took a hit off the bowl Toby left packed on the coffee table and grabbed my car keys. “Let’s hit the bar,” I called to Toby, who was in his bedroom. “Come here for a second,” … Continue reading

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The Yellow World, fiction by Wesley Browne

  When my fingers came off, I didn’t so much feel pain as the sensation of something touching my hand, which then became much lighter. I didn’t know they were gone at first; I threw my arm behind my back … Continue reading

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Whorehopper, fiction by Liz Frazier

“I ain’t never seen the beat, her living up there like that. Her and Woody both. They ain’t got no toilet paper. No wash rags. The bedspreads have got dog shit on them. I’m telling you, it’s a wonder they … Continue reading

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Girls of Michigan, by Gary V.Powell

It was an era of incivility; a mean time when lines were drawn and people picked sides. A few lived large while most teetered on the precipice. In those days, I ran with a rough crowd, rowdy guys who played … Continue reading

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