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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