ISSUE THIRTEEN: Ye, Smelly Tsar | ← first poem


Mark Cunningham

When she saw me struggling to breathe, she opened a bag of Doritos, because there’s always plenty of air in one of those. Looking Younger May Mean Living Longer. Now that all of us at the insurance company have become existentialists, we’ve decided that every surgery is elective. “Some people live mighty fine lives with inoperable brain tumors.” For Halloween, the Infection Control Department decorated its door with cut-outs of happy ghosts.

Mark Cunningham, has a new chapbook, Alphabetical Basho, out on the Beard of Bees site. He has a few books out, as well; the easiest to find is 71 Leaves, an e-book from BlazeVOX.

ISSUE THIRTEEN: Ye, Smelly Tsar | ← first poem


Ashanti Anderson

Alan Elyshevitz
   BLDG A, STE 4-22

Deidre O’Connor
   Vision at a Dublin Airport Hotel

Claire Scott
   The Morning After

Daniel Lasell
   Above What's Under

Chey Davis
   The Indictment

Hilary Sideris

John Rodzvilla
   Then Bring It Double (12 & 35)

Kathleen McClung
   After the Election

Matthew W. Schmeer
   Disturbing the Peace

Mark Cunningham