Fiction from Dennis Barone

Fiction from Dennis Barone

Photo: Immo Wegmann Quartet Gianni walked down the street to see if his car had been sold. To his chagrin, there it sat, apparently unmoved as well as unsold, the large banner price still affixed to the front windshield. He had tried to convince the owner of the lot to affix not a price but […]

Poetry from Carol Stewart

Poetry from Carol Stewart

Photo: Hello I’m Nik The World Is Full of Those Who Bear Its Weight Now and then, I tell him my dreams like when he turned into a giant Lego brick, playing catch me if you can up and down the stairs or when he unleashed an antlered pig into the guest room; how could […]

Poetry from Tom England

Poetry from Tom England

Photo: Devi Puspita Amartha Yahya Aqua Dulce These sad thoughts that follow you round like Leaves. Once, once only, you see your son In the garden, at the glass house, pressing seeds Into cold dark soil. A radio buzzes somewhere. It is stranger than a dream. You try and throw it off Like old shoes, […]

Poetry from Pat Daneman

Poetry from Pat Daneman

Photo: Rene Bohmer The Garden She is made out of rain now. We can put our hands right through her. She is wailing and sleeplessness and unwashed hair.¬†Some days she rises to take an orange from the table, and we hope she will let us lead her into air, return her a limb at a […]