Monthly Archives: June 2015

Buried Treasure, by Benjamin Drevlow

How you’d even react, young buck, if you knew how I ogled, like some long lost uncle, that sliver of pale flesh running under the silver crucifix your girl said she’d never take off, how hard you’ve tried to anoint … Continue reading

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Burying the Johnboat, fiction by Sam Slaughter

Mary stood on her porch with a shovel resting on her shoulder. In her other hand, a tallboy of Miller High Life began to sweat in the summer heat. The sun was up and she’d overslept, the hangover punch to … Continue reading

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Matt, poem by John Dorsey

played the piano read bukowski to prostitutes while sipping steel reserve and chewing on pain pills as if he was doing community outreach at night he would talk about jazz, art history and how he once had sex with his … Continue reading

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