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July 5, 2023 | Fiction

Train Station, Car Ride

Jake McCabe

He produces a handgun from under the seat, displays it, points it up toward the sunroof.

July 4, 2023 | Fiction

Filial, your father said

Cameron Darc

Right away we shared amphetamines. He fed them to me to keep me awake.

June 28, 2023 | Fiction

We Were Children Once

Chelsea Catherine

We were children once, but we aren’t anymore. At least, that’s what Magda says.

June 28, 2023 | Fiction

Excerpt from 'METH-DTF'

Shane Jesse Christmass

I tell him that next year I may hang myself—that’s the funny thing about life—you never know what it’s going to throw at you.

June 22, 2023 | Fiction

The Scene Will Turn You

Garth MirĂ³

I like to hang out with models. Models, like Chip in Rent Boy, understand the “strange desires of men.” They live a life of the body.

June 20, 2023 | Fiction

The ABCs of My Drug Problem

Lee Black

S is for sponsor who you really should call.

June 19, 2023 | Fiction


Juan Ecchi

I scrolled through lifeless, overlit live streams as my routine of cycling through the usual forums and apps began. For me, a lot of the attraction came from being able to project my desire onto a performer.

June 16, 2023 | Fiction

Girl Food

Riley Quinn Scott

I am not an ideal, couldn't be one if I tried. And I have. Many times. 

June 14, 2023 | Fiction

Motherfuckin House of Hunger

Uzodinma Okehi

and by the way, I wear jeans too, and I’ll fuck that white girl, absolutely, from the commercial, the camera trails her on the beach, she’s smiling, now she’s hiding behind her hands . . . 

June 13, 2023 | Fiction

Cosmically Forsaken

Teddy Duncan Jr.

They put her flyer on their mailboxes and look at me like she’s dead.

June 8, 2023 | Fiction

I'm Not That Girl

Frances Schnepff

He never notices my tears.

June 8, 2023 | Fiction

Public Freakout

Sydney Hirsch

Seeing a picture of my tits online didn’t bother me as much as it should have. 

June 7, 2023 | Fiction


David Fishkind

With snot running down my chin, weeping, I allowed myself to entertain the possibility that this key situation would go on forever.

June 2, 2023 | Fiction

Excerpt from 'Counterillumination'

Audrey Szasz

I have to believe that what I am writing — what I am living through — means something.

June 1, 2023 | Fiction


Siel Ju

The Utah girls were already asleep. Unlike me, they were going home in a few days.

May 31, 2023 | Fiction

Opal, Opal

Marin Kosut

She started to ride by his Marigny shotgun until he came out and became her boyfriend. Her boyfriend, a chef who meets with narcotics anonymously, orchestrates impromptu dinners in the backyard of a liquor store. 

May 30, 2023 | Fiction

Daddy Knapsack


And then Greta. I found her crawling toward the lake, on fire.

May 29, 2023 | Fiction


Danielle Rose

There is no hotel breakfast. No air conditioning. No Tour Guide singing in the next room.

May 24, 2023 | Fiction

JOHNNY-THE-ORDERLY & other stories

Jamie Iredell

When you peed in the cup, Herman was behind you, watching.

May 23, 2023 | Fiction

Girls on Dirty Sofas, Close Together

Adelaide Faith

‘Did you talk about capes,’ he said.

‘Yes,’ Mary said.

May 22, 2023 | Fiction

tethered to the other always

Alexander Fredman

But I don’t even know what a collective is. And I can’t remember if he had tattoos.

May 18, 2023 | Fiction

Society of Elliott Smiths

Teddy Engs

One weird Halloween everybody dressed up as Elliott Smith.

May 17, 2023 | Fiction

Gulf Stream Kindness

Sam Berman

I was taking a new drug that was making it so I could talk to my car. 

May 16, 2023 | Fiction

Morning Shift

Alyssa Gillon

We loved her but expected her to go on and on, weeping with her flowers and crown, reciting poems.

May 15, 2023 | Fiction

Self-cleaning car cleans self after nuclear blast

Ben Dreith

People keep saying that they can’t say anything but everyone is saying everything all the time. 

Recent Books

Who Killed Mabel Frost?

Miss Unity

I thought I was unhappy as a man. Turns out I was just unhappy…


Garielle Lutz

Garielle's longest, most peculiar, most particularized book. A sure-to-be collector's item. Not be be missed! 

United Auto Worker & other poems

Elizabeth Ellen

an art book, collection of poems and photographs, hardcover