Humor from David A. Summers.
Poetry by Samuel Ludke.
The wild and wacky life of an international film curator is the subject of Dennis Nyback’s latest.
Animals in the midnight zone; when you own the world, you’re always home. “Get your hands dirty,” “roll up them sleeves;” brainwashed or true believers?
Buy flash cars, diamond rings and expensive holes to bury things!
Fiction by Peter Coomber.
Preparation is clearly not the American way, even when people are dying. Dean Baker writes.
Fiction from Jonathan Ferrini.
Poetry by enderemiroglu
We bring you a fifth of your favorite drink: a cocktail brew of Creative Commons-licensed jazz from around the world.
Yes, but I, I’m a boy…A small story which always happens–I said “ouch! This really hurts!” This could well be, but this has
been practiced for millions of years. Therefore we are–Yes, but, you’re a girl…I lie in my bed, totally still; my eyes wide open; I’m enraptured.