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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: JACKIE TREIBER

from ‘A DANCER’ By Jackie Treiber And from eternal life found in the eyes came the truth: she was one witch. She was from Atzlan. Of Avar, wore the bridal relic, sat at the heels of mother fire. Mary A. … Continue reading

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A Review of Jade Sylvan’s Kissing Oscar Wilde

A Review of Jade Sylvan’s Kissing Oscar Wilde By Ashley Paul Kissing Oscar Wilde by Jade Sylvan is a collection of essays that will cause readers to lose their breath in wide-eyed expression. in particular because of Sylvan’s excellent use of tongue-in-cheek … Continue reading

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Sin # 2

Sin # 2 By Hannah Phinney Milef had dyed green hair, of course, because she was punk. One side of her head was razored to the scalp, while the other was overrun with the glossiest of clumps and spikes, their … Continue reading

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Sin # 1

Sin # 1 By Hannah Phinney They called him The Carnival King, because it was he who lorded over every last caterwauling, meowing nincompoop sighing out his days shit-deep in the useless tradition of bean-counting on any of the skyscraper’s … Continue reading

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