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February 15, 2024 | Poetry

5 Poems

Kai White

this Christmas

this Christmas i realized
i don’t have a family
i have familiar strangers
i can drink beers with
forget myself with
but not family

ever since I remembered
my mother tried to

February 9, 2024 | Poetry

4 poems

filet o fish

i made my mom a swear jar 
and am using the money to buy filet o fish.

February 8, 2024 | Poetry

3 Poems of the Old Testament

Stephanie Yue Duhem

I have known / a hunger I would undo / my own good birth to sate

February 2, 2024 | Poetry

Last Drink Effort

Anthony Gedell

There is an attitude in the liberated fetal detachment

January 26, 2024 | Poetry


Katie Frank

If the Internet doesn't drain all the money soon I will kool myself )for real 

January 15, 2024 | Poetry

Twenty-five Poems

Mike Topp

I found a wallet today that contained $200, some credit cards, and some family pictures—my family now.

January 3, 2024 | Poetry

2 Poems

Enya Fang

Blood dots my eyelids as the

pewter waves drag you under.

January 1, 2024 | Poetry

3 Poems

Amelia K.

We only know how to give
ourselves to each other when
we're anyone other than ourselves

December 28, 2023 | Poetry

3 Poems

Pierre Minar

Your wrist veins distinct next to your wedding band.

December 27, 2023 | Poetry

8 Poems

Leó Augusto Martins

It isn't until you pass under a lamp post or are mercifully illuminated by the brakelights of a car that you spring back to life.

December 25, 2023 | Poetry

3 Poems

Marcus Silcock

Dream Dust

This place is famous for shits and giggles. A real crapshoot throwing the dog ball. You never know where you land. Good luck, they say, if it splats you. Don’t open yr mouth. You’ll

December 8, 2023 | Poetry

5 Poems

Dave Harrity

Say thank you
for what they’ve done: the late night call
to AAA, the five spot for a hot dog, the cups
of coffee & scones

December 7, 2023 | Poetry


Bertie Brandes

The fantasies I’ve been having
Are so awful

December 4, 2023 | Poetry

5 Poems

Garth Pavell

We slithered up toward the moaning highway and saw it was being tongued by stretched headlights.

November 28, 2023 | Poetry

2 Poems

Nathaniel Duggan

I have come to teach you love / and the solitude that comes / with ultimate strength.

November 20, 2023 | Poetry


Danielle Chelosky

I want to perform for you, pretend to be good enough for you.

November 13, 2023 | Poetry

Excerpt from I HAVE A GUN

Graham Irvin

but at no point 

does God say 

to a golden calf

“eat lead bitch”

November 9, 2023 | Poetry

5 Poems

Kate Cavanaugh

Listen: I promise you soft vowels forever
Hold fast to this butterfly mouth.

November 7, 2023 | Poetry

3 Poems

Taylor Micks

I carried Roman water
like a trickster god, for miles

November 2, 2023 | Poetry


Brittany Adames

I think I’ve lost the practiced falseness of what it means
to be impossibly young. The fingernail moon
hangs over the welt on my goosepimpled thigh. Where
does the world go when not inside me?

November 1, 2023 | Poetry

3 Poems

Sophie Ewh

At Cici’s, I was a God.

October 30, 2023 | Poetry

5 Poems

Kai White

your sister tried
to drown me

October 26, 2023 | Poetry


Steve Fellner


I’m bewildered. 

Those onion-flavored, 
puffed up rings always
the last offering of the 
vending machine.
They are waiting on
my gentle tearing.

PepsiCo is more

October 24, 2023 | Poetry


Ebba Wiig

we forgive nothing
we forget nothing
we just ignore it
wasn’t that always
the problem?

October 19, 2023 | Poetry

Two Poems

Bronwen Lam

So beautiful I say
About the moon on my app

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