Issue 6: Gressive

Issue 6: Gressive

Spumanti TatterdemalionEcem Yucel Like Fred AstaireJ-T Kelly Visit me like Elizabeth didJane-Rebecca Cannarella The Girls We Were Before ThisJennifer Schomburg Kanke ParkDale Booton Dolci The BasementLuca D’Anselmi When I’m Gone From You Pat Tyrer Your...

Your Heart Holds A Violence

Kristin Garth   I know a man who spends the first day of the year in the middle of a four lane road attempting to disappear.  In his gloved hands, a pick ax swings at vehicles; both slowed, indifferent drivers speeding by might not have known what mental disorder...

Fersace

Nicole Tallman   I moved to Miami because of The Golden Girls and The Conga. True story. Versace and a job offer may have played a small role. I took a government job, so I’m wearing Fersace. That’s not a typo. I can’t afford the real Versace. At least not in...

Operating System

Paul Jones   An hourglass works best when its sand’s kept dry. I work better after a shot of rye. There’s more to be seen with blood in your eye.   Poems in Poetry, Red Fez, Broadkill Review, 2River View, as well as in previous issues of Wine...

Fragments of Desert Storm

Tyler Justin Smothers desert storm-- Smothers   Tyler Justin Smothers is a 7th grade teacher at a classical school in Oklahoma City. He earned a B.A. in English and his favorite poets are T.S. Eliot, John Donne, and Geoffrey Chaucer, whose father was, in fact, a...

The Girls We Were Before This

Jennifer Schomburg Kanke   The girls we were before this: loud and brash, hooting and hollering, we felt filled with power playing The Snake on hillsides green and lush with our hands interlocked and whipping back and forth to music known but never heard aloud....