March 26, 2023

Cover Letter

by Richard Levine   Dear Reader, We must be changing, adapting or evolving in significant ways, in order to live with Covid confinement, the effects of a wooden cross being

Ex Lovers

by Karen Neuberg Without malice, I’ve used my taxidermy skills to preserve ex lovers, keeping them intact, just as when we parted. Unlike me, they never age. Never go on,

Fireside Tequila Chat

by Richard L. Matta   A shot for me, a shot for you to feed your shooting flame. And here, your chance, crosscut shredder ribbons from these empties. The questions


by Carla M. Cherry tonight I walk without shoes moonlight, my guide grass tickling soles bathed in dew drops I sidestep dandelions they be weeds, but oh, those yellow blossoms

My Secret Recipe

by Victoria Twomey   some things in life, like jazz and oysters, are best when eaten raw, while smiles and strawberries, will go with anything. some things in life, like


by Joan Mazza   The scent of a summer rain on hot asphalt takes me back to elementary school in Brooklyn, the short walk to the corner to PS 98