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June 29, 2021 | Poetry

Still Life

Tawanda Mulalu

...I'm part of this thing where fish learned to walk...

June 27, 2021 |


Megan Kirby

This spring was cloudy + wet so the world is green, green, green. 

June 25, 2021 | Poetry

Two Poems

Kennedi Killips

"lucky" and "trophy"

June 25, 2021 | Nonfiction

When You Have a Traumatic Brain Injury, You Should Really ‘See Stars’

Susan Hatters Friedman

Tom Selleck, in his best reverse mortgage voice, volunteers to call your parents and break the news that their daughter almost died. Your mom is happy to hear from him since she always liked Magnum P.I.

June 24, 2021 | Fiction

Waves of Fun

Dalton Monk

Big Bob sat beside me and watched women he classified as MILFs walk their kids to the pool with large, clear tubes.

June 23, 2021 | Interview

Palm Springs Eternal: Allie Rowbottom Interviews Jon Lindsey

Allie Rowbottom

AR: This is a boundary and you are going to push against it


June 23, 2021 | Nonfiction

Jayne St. Mansonfield

Adam Klein


She arrived at my apartment at 3 a.m. with a soft suitcase on her head, a handle positioned over one eye. I could see the netting in her matted blonde wig. Her broken eyeliner and stained lips

June 22, 2021 | Poetry

The Tulips

Emily Brown

become translucent as they die...

June 22, 2021 | Nonfiction

Where Is My Haka?

Janet Rodriguez

After we finish doing the dinner dishes together, Mario heads into the living room and picks up the remote control.

“Guess what?” he says, turning on the TV. “New Zealand is playing England in

June 21, 2021 | Poetry

Two Poems

Spencer Silverthorne

"Silverado Crush" and "This Is How You Throw a Party in Mykonos, Bitch"

June 20, 2021 | fucked up modern love essays


Iva Moore

I saw into the face tattooed on his thigh and thought, I am not afraid.

June 18, 2021 | Poetry

Three Poems

Laci Mosier

"Smile!," "The Finest," and "The Young"

June 17, 2021 | Poetry

Two Poems

Khalisa Rae

"The First Time I Called Myself His Girl" and "You Google Drive-Thru Margaritas"

June 16, 2021 | Fiction

Today on Dagobah, Ep. 8: "Water"

Josh Sippie

Yoda’s thirst provided more difficult than anything he had faced on the planet before. He did not have running water, and couldn’t just pop down to Pel’Kiha’s Corner Store anymore.

June 15, 2021 | Poetry

Two Poems

Em Brill

"commandment" and "do i miss you? that's none of my business"

June 14, 2021 | Poetry

The Conversation

Delilah Silberman

There was a time I had a flower in my mouth...

June 13, 2021 | fucked up modern love essays

Every time I smell chlorine I think I’m in a brothel

Rupert Taylor

Going to work after you’ve been on an meth bender in a brothel is not a good idea,

June 13, 2021 |

Making Weight (pt. 6)

Denny Connolly

Previously on...
Part 5  ||  Part 4  ||  Part 3  ||  Part 2  ||  Part 1  ||  Prologue



June 11, 2021 | Poetry

Two Poems

Will Mountain Cox

"Splendido Splendente" and "Salt and Pepper or Salt and Vinegar"

June 10, 2021 | Poetry

The Martian

Chester Wilson III

I've got the alien walk down...

June 9, 2021 | Poetry


Joel Kim Booster

You make me want to write bad poetry...

June 9, 2021 | Fiction

Have You Heard From Our Assassin?

Josh Bell

I ask because, of course, I haven’t heard from our assassin.

June 9, 2021 | Nonfiction

The Sweet Things We Shared

Serena Alagappan

Sangria at a soup shop. Pieces of peach and apple in the wine. The skin of the fruits unpeeled in my mouth. Sangria even though it was winter, early evening, cold and already dark out. Goblet-sized,

June 8, 2021 | Poetry

Two Poems


"Elon Musk Is Moving to Austin" and "Good Joy"

June 8, 2021 | Nonfiction

Rape Feelings in Eight Phases

Amber L. Carpenter

It’s a Tuesday at 3 pm, which means it’s time for my therapist to remind me that I am a victim of a violent crime.

June 7, 2021 | Poetry

if you were my ex i’d simply rebound

Selena Cotte

"sorry to ping / i just want to know who was too good for who..."

June 7, 2021 | Nonfiction

Two Shorts

Heather Domenicis

The house on Olean street stands as it once did, a formerly bright white house, the sidings been torn off, revealing dark greenish-black shingles. This house, the black sheep of the neighborhood.

June 6, 2021 | fucked up modern love essays

Sunshine & Triple Antibiotic

Tall Milk

My father locked his children up in a house for years for fear that they would die of pesticides from plants. More than that, we were locked in our rooms with a gate.

June 4, 2021 | Fiction

La Misión

Olivia Peña

It was a sidewalk funeral.

June 4, 2021 | Poetry

Two Poems

Jill McDonough

"High School Kids and Gonorrhea" and "Bearclaw Asshole"