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November 2, 2023 | Poetry

PHILOSOPHICAL ACTIVITY

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

I LOVE FUNYUNS! + FLYING DILDO

Steve Fellner

I LOVE FUNYUNS!

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

Homage

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

October 18, 2023 | Poetry

Julia Fox Isn't A Writer & other poems

Elizabeth Ellen

I hadn’t notified Interview magazine abt it
I hadn’t tweeted abt it either
I wasn’t post alt lit
Or a genius

October 18, 2023 | Poetry

The Girl Who poems

Molly Zhu

The Girl Who Loves to Clean

The girl had a messy childhood. It was littered with loud noises and tons of shouting. Sometimes these were happy sounds: the scream of excitement tumbling down the

October 13, 2023 | Poetry

The Cimmerians (look it up)

Taylor Napolsky

The

Idol said

Taking risks is the most important

Thing an artist can do

October 10, 2023 | Poetry

5 poems

md wheatley

waking up with
the desire to lay here
to look around the room
and notice things

October 2, 2023 | Poetry

3 Poems

Maetavee Genevieve Shubeck

What a relief. They brought the dregs up
from the lost and found, a little respite for us all.

September 27, 2023 | Poetry

Two Poems from 'Employment'

Gina Tron

i make prices 
i blend into aisles 
i am a bottle of stool softener 

September 20, 2023 | Poetry

Rags

Oak Morse

half-empty gel pens used to spawn spiked poems

September 18, 2023 | Poetry

3 Poems

wrath of persephone

i am built for harsh weather and dazzling violence

September 14, 2023 | Poetry

You have the ass of a fully grown cherub

Laughlin Cole

When a cherub grows up, he hates angels.

September 12, 2023 | Poetry

The Horoscope

Hayden Church

My friend asks if I believe in / gay marriage

September 7, 2023 | Poetry

CALL OF DUTY

Liana Mack

If I have to die, I want to die for love

September 1, 2023 | Poetry

623 Freestyle

Marcus Scott Williams

Mai Knicker

August 31, 2023 | Poetry

doing coke in your 30s is like draw thee nearer to god fr

Vivian Medithi

when congress bans our faves we will smuggle them through customs and call it praxis

August 30, 2023 | Poetry

Two Poems

frankie bb

The solar system running sloppy
down the sides of your vest.

August 21, 2023 | Poetry

In The Year Of My Descent

Steve Anwyll

The only noise I hear is the hum of electricity, subtle as the sound of the universe whispering.

August 21, 2023 | Poetry

Naughts

Bryn Lovitt

Larry David sees me crying about AIDS

August 18, 2023 | Poetry

Original Obsession

SJ Alexander

I just thirst for barbed wire
 

August 17, 2023 | Poetry

4 Poems

Cash Compson

shadows cast like heaven’s
hands down over her eyes.

August 14, 2023 | Poetry

3 Poems

Liz Robbins

When I ran away at fourteen, I didn’t know
I was listening to an animal urge to find my own way, like all
teens

Recent Books

Pregaming Grief

Danielle Chelosky

Love is like a museum. You have to look around, experience things, and then leave.

Who Killed Mabel Frost?

Miss Unity

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

Backwardness

Garielle Lutz

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