“Lapse,” by Anna Foran, is an honorable mention for the Columbia Journal's Special Issue on Loneliness in the art category.
My body is powered by internal combustion. It is a fruity cluster of lust near the office cactus...
April wondered if Laura had secret thoughts like hers.
I’m always breaking up with my boyfriend whom I love because I think I might want to be with a woman.
“empty beautified,” by Zanib Naeem, is an honorable mention for the Columbia Journal's Special Issue on Loneliness in the art category.
Review: Want by Lynn Steger Strong “‘You tired, runner girl?’ They all call me runner girl,” confesses the narrator in the opening of Lynn Steger...
Has your prostate ballooned to proportions that defy the laws of medical science?
For the dust-lined pantry. For the empty doormat. For the sparrows nesting under my car that won’t stop chirping when I scowl at them, Not...
“Fall,” by Enid Smith Becker, is a runner-up for the Columbia Journal‘s Special Issue on Loneliness in the art category.
When you were young, your mother would squeeze your breasts in the bath, ask if there was any milk while you shrieked.
Alan Perry’s poems do not only reckon with death or dying; they reckon with what it means to lose something.
The Juice was loose in California the day Pressure got his brain fried.