Three Poems by Tom Montag

by: Tom Montag Tom Montag’s poetry fills the moment of reading with a deep and resonant sense of personal and perceptual loss. Nature can surely…

Last Glimpse of Fred

by: Michelle Wilker The extreme lengths a person will go to for a better way of life, and for a decent slice of pizza… Frederico…

Sean Condron, Part Two

by: Sean Condron Sean Condron embraces poetry’s role as the repository of the bittersweet truth of collective and personal memory: namely, the stories which come…

My Mother’s Closet

by: Kate Rabinov A vault of treasured memories, that incessantly drift off into the ether… I am certain my sister stole my mother’s Chanel purse….

The Memory of Time

by: Jonathan Marcantoni An experimental short story, where the love one feels for a partner and the love one feels for a child intersect… Voice…

Sean Condron, Part One

by: Sean Condron The dizzying feeling that we are strange and unknowable to ourselves runs throughout Sean Condron’s poetry. These poems evoke a phantasmagoric nostalgia,…

The Real Paella

by: Dennis Vannatta What do you do when you’re in your fifties and can’t even think of a halfway plausible dream to take you into…