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March 5, 2024 | Fiction

Percocet Helps

David Simmons

Crush ten pills into a fine powder, then stir thoroughly in a glass of warm water. Put the glass in the freezer and let sit for twenty minutes. At this point, the mixture will have separated.

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March 5, 2024 | Interview

Chaos Questions with Leah Hampton

Sheldon Lee Compton

SHELDON LEE COMPTON: The aliens actually showed up. They only communicate through images and demand you show them one overall image that explains our civilization. You have five minutes to Google Image search. What do you type into the search bar?

LEAH HAMPTON: “Image of Donald Trump shitting on an endangered butterfly”

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March 4, 2024 | Poetry

3 Poems

Cletus Crow

The homing pigeon / of misery / is my baby mama's / text message.

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March 3, 2024 | fucked up modern love essays

I Appreciate the Company

Jade Mar

Eventually, the coke got to his head. He started becoming extremely paranoid. I was on a trip.

February 29, 2024 | Fiction

Matt and Marie get high, get back together

Will Mountain Cox

They all knew the drugs. But they hadn’t seen each other in years. The drugs were doing well. The drugs were doing fine. The drugs were good. The drugs were good to run into again. The drugs were taller, maybe? Or, stronger?

February 29, 2024 | Poetry

Thamar and Amnon

Wallace Barker

All of the bedroom was suffering / with his eyes full of wings.

February 28, 2024 | Fiction


Paul Thompson

Waitresses circled the room like vultures. Sometimes I dreamt of laying down on the hot sand, my spine fusing to it, nerves sizzling, going blind from the light, my chest cavity ripped open while they pecked around my ribs—the waitresses, I mean—for whatever they could salvage, whatever was still good.

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