Fiction & PoetryMORE

  • 422481698_f759df448c_o
    Fiction

    Postal Worker and Housewife

    "She bends to pick up the envelope, and something about the elongation of her right thigh....long and oval shaped, ending with the teardrop roundness of her ass, makes

    On March 17, 2015 / By
  • shroompizza
    Poems

    Two Poems

    Winter siphons this cigarette out / an attic window, and heat I don’t pay for follows / almost as an afterthought — sorry.

    On March 10, 2015 / By
  • 513181756_93047ce723_o
    Fiction

    Skies

    "They tell me that I waited in another room with the babysitter until my father made it home to the body."

    On March 3, 2015 / By

EssaysMORE

Essays

Nameless in Their Own Land

"It took me two to three years to say that I was aboriginal. But before then, I felt something akin to closeted."

On February 5, 2015 / By

More Posts

Blue Rats

On September 18, 2014

From Burning Man to Bellevue: A Hero’s Journey

On August 21, 2014

Brown Pills

On August 13, 2014

Revolutionary Twee?

On August 7, 2014

On the Ghost Ship: Real Love and “The Bachelor”

On July 24, 2014

ShrapnelMORE