Monthly Archives: May 2013

Five Poems by Christopher Prewitt

A Farmer’s Son   I am a farmer’s son Every­one thinks My heart’s in reces­sion Because most things I eat I first have to raise But it is not Fun even to shoe a horse I have thoughts Despite the … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Wild and Wonderful, fiction by Tom Bennitt

You need good hands to run a machine like the con­tin­u­ous min­er. You got to know when to hold back and when to go deep. It’s the best-pay­ing job in the mine but also the hard­est, and I’m out of … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Distillation, sestina by Joe Samuel Starnes

Way back in ear­ly times when we hunt­ed down on Knob Creek track­ing the claw steps of wild turkey we cher­ished the com­pa­ny of Old Grand-Dad and tales of his friend Jim Beam whom he called Old Crow. He told … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Whitetail, poem by Misty Marie Rae Skaggs

I scare easy. Like a wob­ble-kneed fawn, greed­i­ly gob­bling down daisy heads that grow abun­dant in the steep, blind curve of the one lane, grav­el way home. You come up on me, cool as a cucum­ber made salt pick­le on … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Jaguar for Sale by Misti Rainwater-Lites

He fucked her hard from 11:11 p.m. to 12:17 a.m. It was the damn Via­gra. After he came on her tits he rolled over, fell asleep, snored like a god­damn bliz­zard or tor­na­do or old school wood­en roller coast­er. He … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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