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Pure De-Light
Art

Pure De-Light

    Fabrice Poussin teaches French and English at Shorter University, Rome, Georgia. Author of novels and poetry, his work has appeared in Kestrel, Symposium, The Chimes, and more than two dozen other magazines. His photography has been published in The Front Porch Review, the San Pedro River magazine and more than seventy other publications. Continue reading

Directional Chaos
Poetry

Directional Chaos

Start with the letters C H A O S chaos…and make your way to normality through several decades of attritional, no, illogical, no, life-changing, yes, but still attritional addictive attempts, and yes totally illogical to those whom you love for them it is always seen as without sense, love, thought, care and logic, sometimes, per … Continue reading

When
Poetry

When

She can be graceful when she wants to. Ever see a fowl beat back the wind, breast spread, wings speaking in tongues, almost lapping up the air like it was water? Jacob Lindberg currently works full-time as a Human Resource Liaison at the University of Minnesota. He also is an MFA candidate at Hamline University … Continue reading

Shell
Poetry

Shell

Thunder dies to distant taps outside this circle of oak elders standing tall around a hole in the battle smoke. Where it falls, my helmet is a turtle on its back, hollow and silent, though shadows shout beyond, blasting rubble in the world of wars. Trees here have taken many fallen ones underground. In a … Continue reading