September 1, 2020

{#289-128} Property of the State

By Randall Horton

: Unreliable Narrator distractions ring apparent: gate, iron, cement, gun, dog, division by categorization —  race is a factor manipulated because you cannot depend on distracted recall inside delusions of the […]

September 1, 2020

Golden Corral

By Sean Thomas Dougherty

Let them come, the seven sisters with their mama and their seven squealing sons, the priest staring enraptured at his plate of crab legs. The black and white folks, with […]

September 1, 2020

Fragment 107

By Roger Reeves

“Do I long for my virginity?” Sappho asks from the fragments, From the sun-bright blades and horns of dawn clattering on the floor, From inside a tomb, her office now […]

September 1, 2020

Sandra Bland, Texas

By Fady Joudah

On the highway home last night you reappeared to me opposite where I was headed, so tell me, was it a cigarette that bothered your jailer so? (They let me […]