On the Edge of Creation: Story by Ron Gibson, Jr.

On the Edge of Creation: Story by Ron Gibson, Jr.

For as long as the boy had lived tree men had chased him. Always with nets, clubs and rocks.
Treadmill: Story by Mike Lee

Treadmill: Story by Mike Lee

The editor shows me to the door. I enter the hallway realizing I got the job. I was walking on air from the moment I left the elevator.
Living Down South in Josephine’s Mouth: Story by Shannon Ready

Living Down South in Josephine’s Mouth: Story by Shannon Ready

We are living in Josephine’s mouth. I can feel it.
Two Poems by David Lohrey

Two Poems by David Lohrey

The Dutch settlers now are / largely forgotten. The Van Burens / and Roosevelts seem almost quaint
Two Poems by John Grey

Two Poems by John Grey

Amy has a seizure right / there in the classroom, / dropping to the floor, / writhing like a fish on land.
She Gave Him Violence: Story by Chris Milam

She Gave Him Violence: Story by Chris Milam

He told her they should slide into it, start with a tender elbow or two, maybe a playful throat punch.
Two Poems by Julie Shavin

Two Poems by Julie Shavin

Could I remember more of childhood / or its sibling, youth, / I might know what it is about capturing beauty
There is no one truth. There’s only what happened, based on how you perceive it. —Jodi Picoult
Justice in the Weeds

Justice in the Weeds

by Emile DeWeaver
 
I admire science fiction authors for their ability to study society’s poisonous weeds and forecast the toxic futures we face should those weeds run wild.
Ike Minus Tina

Ike Minus Tina

by Alan Swyer
 
The first time Ike Turner told me I’d been sent to him by God, I should have known enough to bolt.
Where It Will Land

Where It Will Land

by Ann Swann
 
February in West Texas, the grass is scabby, mesquites thin and low. Here and there a slab of gray stone breaks the skin of the earth as though breaching for air.
Lakutshon'ilanga

Lakutshon’ilanga

by Brendan Cooney
 
Finding dusk / and crepuscule wanting, / Shakespeare came up with gloaming.
Horoscopes for Writers -- June 2017

Horoscopes for Writers — June 2017

Word counts, book sales, even romance: the only astrological guide a writer needs.
Wedding Bells

Wedding Bells

by M. Nazar Syed
 
I looked down and saw my hands clenched tighter than they’d ever clenched before. A bead of sweat formed on my temple.
Three Poems by David Lohrey

Three Poems by David Lohrey

Beside the red barn / at an intersection / between today and tomorrow, / a man from Alabama plays the banjo on his knee
The Math of the Magi

The Math of the Magi

by Steve Myers
 
When I was eleven and in the sixth grade I got into trouble because O. Henry was bad at arithmetic.
Dilemma: Patron or Partner?

Dilemma: Patron or Partner?

by Dr. Donna Roberts
 
I can’t imagine a life without making art, but I’m worried about my partner.
Up to Oxnard with Henry Fonda’s Hat

Up to Oxnard with Henry Fonda’s Hat

by J. Edward Kruft
 
Joey didn’t want to come, but I told him he didn’t have a choice because this was our weekend together and this is what I had planned.
Standing at an Angle to my Age, by P.W. Bridgman

Standing at an Angle to my Age, by P.W. Bridgman

Review by Angela Kubinec
 
P.W. Bridgman’s book is a collection of short stories and flash fiction that illustrates the importance of “standing” wherever one finds oneself.
On the Edge of Creation

On the Edge of Creation

by Ron Gibson, Jr.
 
For as long as the boy had lived tree men had chased him. Always with nets, clubs and rocks.
Thug Notes: The Interview

Thug Notes: The Interview

by Kent Oswald
 
Since its 2013 debut, Thug Notes has attracted millions of clicks by engaging audiences with sophisticated analysis in a unique format.
Tipsy

Tipsy

by T.E. Cowell
 
Once you start making shopping lists it all goes downhill from there.
I Remember, Therefore I Am, Part 3: The Spectrum of Forgetting

I Remember, Therefore I Am, Part 3: The Spectrum of Forgetting

by Dr. Donna Roberts
 
Most of the time we get frustrated when we can’t remember something. But then again sometimes we can’t forget things that we would like to.

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