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Commercials by Joseph Grantham

Commercials by Joseph Grantham

I look at my phone and it doesn’t make me feel good. Even if I’m looking at a video of a young man helping an old woman cross the street or a video of a kitten riding on the back of a dog. When I look at my phone I am always being sold something—a product or an emotion or a lifestyle or an ideology or a trophy of some kind—and so with these commercials, I take the bleh feeling I get when I look at my phone and do my best to share it with the world. 


A Duck Story by Len Kuntz

A Duck Story by Len Kuntz

I am lousy at writing happy endings or humor in general, but when I saw the magazine's theme, I challenged myself to come up with a piece...

Poems by Gregory Luce

Poems by Gregory Luce

I observe the phenomenal world as fully and carefully as I can, stay open to sensory experiences, and relate these to readers in a way...

Poems by Gregory Luce

Poems by Gregory Luce

I observe the phenomenal world as fully and carefully as I can, stay open to sensory experiences, and relate these to readers in a way that will cause them to see the world anew. These two poems represent two facets of my writing. “And we ran”...

Poems by Sommer Browning

Poems by Sommer Browning

Poetry & Fiction: A Play SOMMER BROWNING I don’t think it’s working. SOMMER throws her arms in the air. Her left elbow hits the mantle and knocks DONALD’s mother’s urn to the carpet. The lid falls off, ashes scatter everywhere. DONALD BARTHELME...