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5 Poems photo
January 20, 2014 | Poetry

5 Poems

Suad Khatab Ali

a drunk salaryman in baggy gray suit
buys a meal replacement bar
from the vending machine

2 Poems photo
January 17, 2014 | Poetry

2 Poems

J. Scott Bugher

THE COIN COLLECTOR I met the man in control of this vending machine gig for my eight-week review and was told I might get a break... more

Foxes photo
January 16, 2014 | Fiction

Foxes

Joseph Horton

You are driving home from a place that makes its own beer, where it seemed wrong to order just a few because this is a small business and... more

3 Sad Sonnets photo
January 15, 2014 | Poetry

3 Sad Sonnets

Brenna York

One Can’t write now would be too sad to read. My celeb crushes get married or domestic. I’m like a pair of dollar... more

The Man Who Painted Night photo
January 15, 2014 | Fiction

The Man Who Painted Night

Sarah Domet

It was a difficult job for the man who painted night.  First off, he always stained his clothes.  An... more

Benjamin Percy Interview for Red Moon photo
January 14, 2014 | Interview

Benjamin Percy Interview for Red Moon

Matt Bell

Benjamin Percy is the author most recently of the novel Red Moon (out this month in paperback), as well as... more

Becoming the Soup Nazi (part 2) photo
January 13, 2014 | Food & Drink

Becoming the Soup Nazi (part 2)

Joe Sacksteder

Read part one of Joe's adventures through soup nazi'ing here. —TURKEY CHILI (The Other Side... more

3 Poems photo
January 13, 2014 | Poetry

3 Poems

Joshua Young

Ohio we belong in the grass. my twin is in every photo. we made our way out of the alley, rockford files dialogue, fedora, the... more

6 Poems photo
January 10, 2014 | Poetry

6 Poems

Lucas Simon Foster

Should we smash the cricket of silence and smear its remains on our knees?
How do you feel about rap music? Do you know A$AP Rocky?
I don’t like Lil Durk yet; I don’t like Rich Homie Quan yet—it’s 2011.

Just Like... photo
January 9, 2014 | Nonfiction

Just Like...

Alex Myers

I had no business in a haberdashery store that expensive as a seventeen-year-old high school student most recently employed as a dishwasher; even less so as a recently self-declared man, an until-three-weeks-ago woman, lurking timidly, covetously, in the racks of ties.  

2 Poems photo
January 8, 2014 | Poetry

2 Poems

Jeff Tigchelaar

Dude, You Killed a Marsupial               for my... more

Becoming the Soup Nazi (part 1) photo
January 6, 2014 | Food & Drink

Becoming the Soup Nazi (part 1)

Joe Sacksteder

Just look at those soup prices when Clinton was in office.   —MULLIGATAWNY (The Pain and the... more

3 Poems photo
January 6, 2014 | Poetry

3 Poems

Kathleen Schenck

Marlon Brando works at the full-serve Sunoco

2 Poems photo
January 3, 2014 | Poetry

2 Poems

Jon Conley

you come in tell me of your night like the boys all stared at ur tits

A Review of the Foreign Flavors of Lay’s in China photo
January 3, 2014 | Food & Drink

A Review of the Foreign Flavors of Lay’s in China

Peter Tieryas Liu

For most foreigners overseas, the closest they’ll ever come to tasting American... more

Gift Horse photo
January 2, 2014 | Fiction

Gift Horse

Jeremiah Budin

Leo and I are dicking around in his room after school when I pull this big cardboard box out of the closet. —What is this? I... more

Ask Mira photo
January 1, 2014 |

Ask Mira

Mira Gonzalez

In my experience, it has been more helpful to have resolutions with a more quantitative approach, like 'cutting back on meat' or 'doing less drugs' or 'not being in a relationship for a while'. 

Happy Birthday to Me photo
January 1, 2014 | movie reviews

Happy Birthday to Me

Sean Kilpatrick

This movie is a semiotic fuck you

2 Poems photo
January 1, 2014 | Poetry

2 Poems

Mira Gonzalez

sex feels like a burden when you aren't on drugs

Escape from Tomorrow photo
January 1, 2014 | movie reviews

Escape from Tomorrow

Sean Kilpatrick

Behold the ass of Mickey