Monthly Archives: June 2013

Three Poems by Teisha Twomey

Mem­o­ry of a Pool Shark You told me I was a good shot, the same way you praised me when I knocked that eight ball into the cor­ner pock­et before you could. I had to call them out loud, when … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Traveling Highway Forty, by Amy Wilson

Pink sin­­gle-wide plopped in a pas­ture that hous­es my favorite bill­board, “Cur­tis Watson’s Cat­fish Restau­rant: Free Corn­bread Bas­ket.” I used to drink whiskey every time I ate cat­fish Vern shares. Vern, Lucille last table Delta Café. Hop in Vern says, … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Comings and Goings, poem by Pamela Johnson Parker

COMINGS AND GOINGS, OR, DORIS HOLBROOK HEADS AGAIN FOR HOME (after James Dickey’s “Cher­ry­log Road”) I. Jim­my Off High­way 106 At Cher­ry­log I go at noon to meet This boy that dri­ves His daddy’s beat-up Indi­an, a Chief, A hand-me-down … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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A Hard Thing, But True, fiction by Amanda Bales

Bras cov­ered the back of the car. They draped over the seats and wrapped over the seat belts and hung from the door han­dles and car­pet­ed the floor, as if a band of horny teenagers had tak­en the Buick for … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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