Monthly Archives: March 2011

with no peaceful resolution in sight

by J.J. Campbell trailer park small white town in ohio a bullet goes through a trailer the police are called a deputy investigating the complaint pulls out her camera to take a photo of a footprint that deputy is shot … Continue reading

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Unattended

by Alan Catlin after reading Jackie Sheeler After my mother died the city cop in Midtown South Manhattan recognized the writing on the evidence envelope as his own, recalled the unattended death crosstown in Martha Washington Hotel for Women as … Continue reading

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Mostly Basie with a Little Bach

Whenever I see a new woman, I know I should look at her hair and her eyes and her smile before I decide if she’s worth the small talk and the dinner later and whatever else she may require before … Continue reading

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new issue of Gutter Eloquence

http://www.guttereloquence.com/issue14/toc14.html One of my fav zines, I finally found enough free time to check out the latest release! –Ross Vassilev

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Anytime Mintues

by Lawrence Gladeview ever wonder who everyone’s calling on their cell phones? suicide prevention hotline please hold [cue cute piano music] please stay on the line your crisis is important to us and will be answered in the order it … Continue reading

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Deliverance

by Gary Beck Puny dreamer of caravans riding the subway freighted with mindless drools dead, but seemingly sleeping, rattle the paper every corpse for stations (time for motions of illusion) come like ermine visions, conductors soliloquy mumbled, then the Canal … Continue reading

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SAVE THE WORLD PART I

by RANDALL ROGERS LOOKS LIKE AMERIKA HAS GONE TO THE HYENEAS OF MYTHICAL SOCIAL CONTROL LEVELS AGAIN MAYBE BELIEVING JESUS WAS HALF MAN IS MORE THAN PART OF THIS EQUATION THAN NOT. OR, BETTER YET, OLE JESUS WAS HALF WOMAN … Continue reading

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