#36 / Winter / Early 2020
Zebulon Huset / Jose-Luis Moctezuma / Lesle Lewis / Anna Morrison / Wayne Koestenbaum / Peter Giebel / Daniel Tiffany / Jamie Thomson / Makmak Faunlagui / Strummer Hoffston / Rose Knapp / Adam Day / Ava Hofmann / Michelle Taransky / Phyllis Peters / Raquel Gutierrez / Stephen Ira / Gabrielle Jennings / Dong Li / Sarah Heady / Paco Marquez / Jacqueline Goss / Robert Lopez / Mike Crossley / Angie Sijun Lou / Kathleen Heil / David Schuman / JoAnna Novak / Adrienne Walser / Adam Kinner / Damon Moore / Charles Legere / Colleen O'Brien / John Patrick McShea / Jackie Clark / Matthew Broaddus / Chris Stroffolino / Lloyd Wallace / Robin Rahija / Rachel Galvin / Erin Trapp / Suzanne Scanlon / Evan Harris / Isaac Pickell / C. R. Grimmer / Matthew Kosinski / Brandon Downing / John Maradik / Emma Winsor Wood / Nancy Klepsch / Kirsten Kaschock / Alyssa Claire Greene / Kate Shapiro / All the Stars in the Sky: Kevin Killian’s Amazon Reviews
Missionaries (1962) The doorbell would ring, and my mother and I would slink into the living room trying to muffle our giggles until, peeking out the kitchen window, we’d see the backs of their white short-sleeved shirts as they walked toward the street and their next stop. We’d been on their list my whole life, […]
The headache is the limit, the circle, the disk. The black horizon. Sometimes it’s a dull, red glow, soft latitudes of pain. Or a field of searing, orange craters. They burst open through the dark. Or, with a gentler hurt: tall, blowing vanes of magnetized color. Sometimes it’s still. Maybe then, it sleeps. When it […]
* * An attractive figure rounds the corner. Is he? Yes, very. Your gaze locks in his. The moment dilates. Take in the hooded eyes, the aquiline nose. Zero the body. You feel a flush of arousal, a stirring below. Your pulse grows palpable. The mouth wets but you can’t swallow. * * […]
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