Stories

The Intricate Voids – John Whitman

Alas, Mobius

 

It was eons prior to the dawn of time when, from out of a sky that reached a forenoon chartreuse, a form of siliceous stone with great momentum stretched and scraped the horizon and hurdled downward upon the reigns of endless granite. Its mere presence, trekking from beyond the heavens, scarred the very atmosphere in which it cut, and from this came a shocking and ever-immersing orange shade that swept over the firmament.

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Art

Emigrant Songs – Osbie Feel

Various Online Perspectives of The 24 Hour News Cycle

 

I know their intent, I voted for them;
I go through their speeches,
enter the Hermeneutical circle,
derive all their meanings, find out who lobbied
whether or not they’re being racist,
or hate immigrants,
or know quantum computation,
The policy is secondary,
The final result is tertiary,
it’s only about how intent is presented,

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Stories

Detour – Suzanne Crain Miller

His mother could not comprehend his decision to go to community college. The night he disclosed this bit of news, she’d cried as he’d never seen her cry before. She had negligently assumed he’d prized the idea of going away to university as much as she had. Due to his arrival on this earth she, herself, had never finished her freshman year at Columbia. By giving him a sophisticated name,

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Art

In the Screams of the Flood – James D. Casey IV

line drawings and
pulled teeth
dipped in
cartoon apocalyptic
visions

bow
before the cyber
gods

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