Quince, the golden peach
Marne Wilson lives in Parkersburg, West Virginia. She is the author of two chapbooks: The Bovine Daycare Center (Finishing Line, 2015) and As Lovers Always Do (forthcoming from Etchings Press).
The House in Leitrim by DS Maolalai the wet clay peeled with sucking sounds straight from the spade. I was eight. my father dug, wanting to show that he could bend the world to city hands. the house had been a long time unoccupied before we took it; trees grew in the kitchen and the […]
George Moore’s collections include Saint Agnes Outside the Walls (FurureCycle 2016) andChildren’s Drawings of the Universe (Salmon Poetry 2015). Poems have appeared in The Atlantic, Poetry, Arc,
Joan Kantor is the author of five poetry collections. She won First Place for poetry in The 2015 Writers Digest Self Published Book Awards for Fading Into Focus
Sacrifice by Gale Acuff Miss Hooker’s my Sunday School teacher and she says that if you kill yourself you go to Hell hands down, there’s no hope for Heaven because suicide–it’s called suicide –is sin and almost the worst one there is, the worst one being I forget, maybe not believing there’s a God at […]
Katie Booms is a writer, visual artist, and advocate for community-building. She welcomes collaboration of all kinds and can be found on Twitter as @ka_booms. She earned her MFA at the University of Wyoming
Brandon Ward is from Northern California.
Ann Yu Huang was born in Shanghai, China and moved to Mexico when she was a teen. She graduated from Bernard Baruch College of the City University of New York cum laude and has co-founded the home-healthcare brand Nature Bright Company.
Breaking forth, breakneck pace
Triangle tongue flag unfurls, reaches
out humming hands,
The old people,
the beautiful people —
A cartoonish stop,
your magpie eye caught
Rohan Chhetri lives in Delhi. His poetry has been published in Eclectica, Rattle, 34th Parallel, Weyfarers, andThe Antigonish Review, among others. He works as an editor MORE…
When the plane crashes
Mama by Anderson Dovilas Your son is a liar He says to someone You have the longest Wave in your smile That’s a lie That’s also a sweet lie To describe a sweet love Mama Your son is a hustler He goes in the street Stole someone’s heart And said Every kiss Has a Mother’s […]