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Your Adventures Change photo
May 13, 2016 | Nonfiction

Your Adventures Change

Chloe Caldwell

I definitely gained traction in my twenty-ninth year. At twenty-nine, my skin cleared up, I sold a book. But the biggest accomplishment for me was that I stopped working retail and made my money solely from writing and teaching writing.

The Rock and the Wave photo
May 13, 2016 | Comics

The Rock and the Wave

Kendra Allenby

The rock is slow to change. The wave can be exploded by a breeze.

Two Poems photo
May 12, 2016 | Poetry

Two Poems

Rachel Samanie

I’ve seen men punch holes in walls. They lead nowhere – I’ve looked, I tried to escape. I’ve seen what happens afterward too.

Brian Alan Ellis Is Not Brian Allen Carr: an Interview photo
May 11, 2016 | Interview

Brian Alan Ellis Is Not Brian Allen Carr: an Interview

Elizabeth Ellen

You interviewing me for Hobart is pretty much the peak of my hustle. Maybe this is me selling out. Maybe this is growing up. 

scenes from the japanese pavilion  photo
May 11, 2016 | Poetry

scenes from the japanese pavilion 

Lucy Tiven

another kind of crime scene
walking to the post office with A

The Boxers photo
May 10, 2016 | Fiction

The Boxers

Jen Logan Meyer

One time, a pair of blue Tattersalls, two Sigma Chis home from Clemson. Two, again: faded blackwatch shorts and a stretchy lavender thong, smelled like Obsession. Just that one time.

Failure to Ignite; A Body at Rest photo
May 10, 2016 | Nonfiction

Failure to Ignite; A Body at Rest

Sari Boren

For ten years, General Motors knew about faulty ignition switches in its cars but concealed this information.

They Reminisce Over You photo
May 9, 2016 | Fiction

They Reminisce Over You

Tyrese Coleman

Corbin was listening to Pete Rock and CL Smooth’s T.R.O.Y. and thinking of Trina McIver when shot inside the bodega on Fourth Street.

Everything is Real. Shit: A Gchat Exchange Between Bryan Hurt & Miles Klee photo
May 8, 2016 | Interview

Everything is Real. Shit: A Gchat Exchange Between Bryan Hurt & Miles Klee

Bryan Hurt & Miles Klee

I first came to know Miles Klee when I published him in my anthology,... more

Cleopatra (Deluxe) photo
May 7, 2016 | Jukebox Happy Hour

Cleopatra (Deluxe)

Micah Ling

Cleopatra (Deluxe) The Lumineers Release Date: April 8, 2016 Label: Dualtone Length: 46... more

Applause photo
May 6, 2016 | Fiction

Applause

Jennifer Kircher Carr

On stage my son forgets his line and my husband Sam whispers “The winters were hard for the settlers”

Three Poems photo
May 5, 2016 | Poetry

Three Poems

Philip Schaefer

Let’s go back to the twin indigo suns/ in our eyes. To shooting holes/ through the walls of our skin, one/ metal kiss at a time...

Two Presidents photo
May 4, 2016 | Fiction

Two Presidents

Kyle Ellingson

In my country, says the bulkier, pastier, frowning president, journalism students are admitted to university according to their eloquence in abbreviating my biography.

Wow and Flutter #3: Ain’t Doing Too B-A-D, Bad photo
May 3, 2016 | Wow and Flutter

Wow and Flutter #3: Ain’t Doing Too B-A-D, Bad

Tyler Koshakow

I wanted this essay to be about love. I wanted it to also be about my grandfather and Arkansas and my copy of Ain’t Doing Too B-A-D, Bad, a live jazz record by The Bobby Bryant Sextet. 

Ripped Red Stitches photo
May 3, 2016 | BASEBALL, Nonfiction

Ripped Red Stitches

Dustin M. Hoffman

When I lived in Michigan, I ruined baseball. I recorded every Detroit Tigers game only to fast-forward between pitches, so I... more

Invisalign: A Product Review photo
May 2, 2016 | Fiction

Invisalign: A Product Review

Katie M. Flynn

I’m just gonna say it. Invisalign is bullshit.

Four Poems photo
May 2, 2016 | BASEBALL, Poetry

Four Poems

Kate Glavin

When a strawberry’s
sore, it leaks

3 Poems photo
April 29, 2016 | BASEBALL, Poetry

3 Poems

Steve Shilling

New ballparks keep sprouting up,
like summer sweet corn. 

TOMMY SUAREZ, DEPORTISTA ESTUPIDO photo
April 29, 2016 | BASEBALL, Fiction

TOMMY SUAREZ, DEPORTISTA ESTUPIDO

David Solorzano

Midway through the school year one of the kids in one of the other sixth grade classes hung himself, so we couldn’t call the game we played in the mornings ‘suicide’ after that. 

Wild Card photo
April 28, 2016 | BASEBALL, Fiction

Wild Card

Kyle Bilinski

Parker’s mental damn busts open the second he sinks a cleat into the batter’s box.  

Oh, To Be a Center Fielder, a Center Fielder - And Nothing More! photo
April 28, 2016 | BASEBALL, Poetry

Oh, To Be a Center Fielder, a Center Fielder - And Nothing More!

Keith Kopka

Come closer reader, please,
I didn’t mean to insult you. 
I’ll let you punch me
right in my asking face.

The Infield Fly Rule photo
April 27, 2016 | BASEBALL, Poetry

The Infield Fly Rule

Alan Walowitz

The full moon may strike you
dumb and limp and lost
when bat readies to encounter ball
and you hit it high as the moon--
still the ump declares, You’re out!
before you’ve moved a step from home. 

Lineage photo
April 27, 2016 | BASEBALL, Nonfiction

Lineage

Tony Press

I was wearing my home-made Giants uniform, as I did every day that week, laboriously sewed by mom who was not enamored of sewing. 

We Are in the Cellar photo
April 26, 2016 | BASEBALL, Poetry

We Are in the Cellar

Katie Armstrong

There’s no TV or radio here, so it’s only later we hear that our guys lost big
at home on Blake Street

Why I Might Coach the Little League Team photo
April 25, 2016 | BASEBALL, Poetry

Why I Might Coach the Little League Team

Devin Kelly

I would go back now, though, live in the nervous fidget
before I said I like you & kissed her braces
with my upper lip & bled all over her teeth.

Meet Me at Prince Street, NYC photo
April 23, 2016 | Nonfiction

Meet Me at Prince Street, NYC

Micah Ling

If you didn’t learn how to have sex with Prince playing, you might still not know how. Everything about Prince... more

Listening to a Baseball Game on the Radio photo
April 22, 2016 | BASEBALL, Poetry

Listening to a Baseball Game on the Radio

Thomas O’Connell

There is something about listening
To a baseball game on the radio

A Single Happened Thing photo
April 21, 2016 | BASEBALL, Fiction

A Single Happened Thing

Daniel Paisner

It was the summer of Monica Lewinsky and Mark McGwire and Armageddon. I was on a short business trip to Philadelphia—a... more

Lines Come Last photo
April 20, 2016 | BASEBALL, Fiction

Lines Come Last

Richard Johnston

When I first met Dawn, I didn’t know what a lexicographer was. I had to look it up. Later I admitted I hadn’t even... more

Impermanent Ink photo
April 19, 2016 | BASEBALL

Impermanent Ink

Chad Schuster

Much has been said about that smile. I'm not in the business of describing smiles.