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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Flash Fiction: Mark Budman’s “50-year-old Virgin” (автор Марк Будман 50-летний Девственник- Original in Russian) автор Марк Будман 50-летний Девственник Миша уже не
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Poetry in Performance: Mandla Phakathi’s “Memories in a Dark Room” Mandlenkosi Phakathi Memories in a Dark Room See the performance on the O:JA&L Youtube channel. I’ve seen life through different eyes, Lies told for protection, Empty
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Poetry: Terry Lucas’s “39: Hymn to Yttrium” (from Elemental Sonnets)  39: Hymn to Yttrium  (from Elemental Sonnets) Terry Lucas O hippy metal number thirty-nine, getting high on barium copper oxide turns you freaky enough to levitate
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Essay: Editor Pamelyn Casto’s “Flash Fiction: Brief And (Likely) Necessary Literature” Pamelyn Casto Brief And (Likely) Necessary Literature Alfred Polgar, a noted Viennese intellectual and master of the short form, makes a good case for the
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Flash Fiction: Nancy Stohlman’s “The Rapture” Nancy Stohlman The Rapture When St. Joe, Missouri was announced as the Best Place Ever to watch the rapture, the people felt chosen. Not since Lady Gaga had come to Kansas City had they
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Flash Fiction: Tom Mead’s “Cold Turkey” Cold Turkey Tom Mead Today I will be better is what he would think if he could put it into words, but it is six-thirty in the morning and he is studying his pudgy self in the full-length mirror and
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Flash Fiction: E.D. Watson’s “Expecting” Expecting E.D. Watson The Bible salesman came in late May after the rain had stopped too soon and the corn died. The girl opened the door and nodded a greeting. Her face was like a pan of biscuits but
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Featured Writer: Poet Devon Balwit’s “Morning Devotional” Devon Balwit Morning Devotional You Google Can smart people believe in God? a yes would be a pregnancy test with no stripes, your life as you imagined it, a no a beeline to stirrups
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Short Story: Karen Sosnoski’s “Un/hooked Love Story” Un/hooked Love Story Karen Sosnoski “I’m gonna love you ’til the wheels come off. Oh yeah.” —Tom Waites Audrey, with eight-week old on chest, diaper bag on shoulder, pushes
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Poetry Editor, Reviewer, Editorialist Rachel Custer: The Poem as Sacred Ground: Radical Silence in Action Rachel Custer Poetry Editor, Reviewer, Editorialist The Poem as Sacred Ground: Radical Silence in Action Silence (To Eleonora Duse) We are
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Poetry: Christie Williamson’s “Dear” Christie Williamson Dear  Here’s a skin to begin
to win on - taut wi da tug 
o aathin du nivvir lairnt. Here’s a fraem ta hing 
a future on - nekkit ta winds
 at blaa nae annsirs.
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Featured Series of Close Readings: A Close Reading of Molly Giles’s “The Writers’ Model” by Pamelyn Casto Pamelyn Casto A Close Reading of Molly Giles’s “The Writers’ Model” The story can be read in Molly Giles’ collection Creek Walk
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Featured Performance Artist: Contributing Editor Vera Falenko talks with composer and pianist Ilya Beshevlí (Russian version) Содействующий редактор Вера Фаленко Искусство и Письма Москвы
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Poetry: Luanne Castle’s “Imagine This Portrait” Luanne Castle Imagine This Portrait Think of him as the ice she slid on to the center of the world And the worldly air she projected during games of deep concentration. Think of him as buried
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Theater Arts: Kirby Wright’s Screenplay “The Bicoastals” Kirby Wright The Bicoastals A long distance affair. And cats. Wright.screenplay.BICOASTALS-SP About the writer: Kirby Wright was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. He is a
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Interview: Contributing Editor Jim Weitz Talks with Don Linder, Screen Writer of “The Last Executioner” Contributing Editor Jim Weitz Interview with Don Linder, Screen Writer of  The Last Executioner Don Linder is a New Yorker living in
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Experimental Media: Christy Sheffield Sanford’s “Lock Stitch or Philomela” Christy Sheffield Sanford Lock Stitch or Philomela "Lock Stitch or Philomela" by Christy Sheffield Sanford is an experimental retelling of a story from Ovid's Metamorphoses.
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Poetry: Michael Meyerhofer’s “The First Person Who Saw Gold” Michael Meyerhofer The First Person Who Saw Gold Probably they thought of the sun, sure, and wondered if maybe having a little of that in their pocket would take the sting out of
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
CNF: Satch Dobrey’s “The Vanishing Ice Pack” The Vanishing Ice Pack Satch Dobrey A mistake caused the accident that, as you think back on it, could not possibly have happened the way it did, but of course somehow it did happen, even if it
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Cutter Streeby Nov 20
Prose/Poetry: Lizzy Drew’s “Hypothetical Explanations for the Fermi Paradox” Lizzy Drew Hypothetical Explanations for the Fermi Paradox “The apparent contradiction between the lack of evidence and high probability estimates for the existence of
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