Sunil Sharma is a college principal, freelance journalist, author and editor. Mumbai-based, he has published 19 books—solo and joint.
Instructions: On Getting Ready to Die by Gayle Kellner Please take off my watch I won’t need time beyond the moment any longer Followed by my earrings There will be no one’s eye to catch, No partner to impress Slip off my shoes Let me put my bare feet in the grass One last time […]
Julie Irigaray’s work has appeared in various international publications such as Southword, Banshee (Ireland), Shearsman, Mslexia, Tears in the Fence, Envoi (UK) and The Ofi Press (Mexico), among others.
He Sits by Sy Roth He sits in his garage, Dressed in black jogging pants, Black nylon jacket striped in white along the sleeves matches. The pants bottoms pulled up to his calves show White support hose Makes his ankles look like sausages. He sits side saddle on his plastic chair Ragged-thin flowery cushion […]
Bankruptcy and Real Estate by Weldon H. Sandusky I Failure has such splendor Coaxing you to rationalize Then tossing you a pint of vodka And chalking up a victory When your committed to the State Mental Asylum. II Success, similarly, wears such a deceptive Smile tempting you to light a Big Cigar. Poof! Bankruptcy. Poof! […]
KJ Hannah Greenberg, who only pretends at being indomitable, tramps across literary genres and giggles in her sleep. As well, she eats oatmeal and keeps company with a hibernaculum
Inas Essa is a freelance writer. Her poetry has been published in every day poems, poemhunter and Scarborough arts (big art book 2013). she studied journalism at the faculty
Leanne Rebecca is a young American poet from St. Louis, MO. She received a degree in Creative Writing and Film, Television, and Interactive Media from Brandeis University
Amicia Rai is a PhD student of English Literature, specializing in Fairy Tales. She is currently exploring the art of writing poetry, fiction, nonfiction and screenplays
If I could see through your eyes the city
from the roof of the Cathedral Building,
hear the wind through the nearby arms of a crane