Fiction from Kathryn Megan Starks

Fiction from Kathryn Megan Starks

Photo by Naomi Tamar Harvest Hulls Peter Peter pumpkin eater, Had a wife but couldn’t keep her. He put her in a pumpkin shell, And there he kept her very well. Getting into the thing was harder than she would have imagined. It wasn’t the first time she’d asked herself, how does one climb into […]

Poetry from Mackenzie Cole

Poetry from Mackenzie Cole

Photo by Mahkeo Dear Dick, After m. l. smoker’s “Dear Dick” My day is a woman who will leave me. Let me tell you about some places that grew me up. This fence line is where my hands became uniform. We used to run to this tree with our arms swung out and try to […]

Poetry from A.R. Robins

Poetry from A.R. Robins

Photo by Hamish Secrett On Birds and Bees The beak, russet lance, awkward enters the yawning throat releases the worm. No love, just old instinct that dictates two bodies. The stinger, thin dart, heedless pushes the sunburned epidermis injects the venom. No sense of duty, no real war. Nothing to count or add together. A […]