Five Poems by Carolyn Guinzio

Through the character of an early 20th century Dutch immigrant, these poems by Carolyn Guinzio explore the disorientation that accompanies living in a place where one doesn’t speak…

Sister Sophie

“There is love bound up in my decision. Do not fear. All will happen as it is supposed to.” A fetching work of fiction with…

Two Flashes by P.J. Powell

Two offerings of flash fiction, one where revenge is a dish best served with childhood wonder, and another where a cosmic misunderstanding is earnestly pondered……

Rural In The City

“At best, it’s a funny story, but I can’t see how it ends and I don’t want to find out.” A personal essay where taking…

A Winter Mooring

A reflective offering of fiction where uneasy echoes of the past dance intimately upon the present… by: Steven John “You didn’t tell me you had…

Interview: Pastor Jay Bakker

“Politics have become what side you’re on, rather than what’s important.” An interview with Jay Bakker, head of the Revolution Church, revealing his thoughts concerning…

A Reparations Primer

A reparations primer, one that aims to plainly lay out why reparations to African American descendants of those enslaved in the past are necessary, and what,…

Three Poems by Suzanne Stein

These poems by Suzanne Stein proceed at the velocity of thought and include commands to the reader, memories and ruminations, quotations, ideas about keeping comfortable…

The Cutting Crew

A self-proclaimed member of academia’s “perma-temps” recounts his adventures among the precariat… by: Patrick D. Hahn The rain was coming down in buckets. I was standing…