Poetry by Dennis Arlo Voorhees
Issue 3 / Poetry

Poetry by Dennis Arlo Voorhees

Flannelled, freezing,

and iPhone compatible,

we re-paint the streets

with lines of Adderall

and stage our acrobatics

with subtle instamatics
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Fiction by Sharon Yablon
Fiction / Issue 3

Fiction by Sharon Yablon

The Caller The 1920s apartment building on the corner of Geary and Hyde was abandoned. San Francisco had forgotten about it. This oversight allowed for a small group of runaway kids to squat there. Takeout menus littered the front steps. Hidden somewhere in the small yard was a plaster-of-paris gnome with a shamrock hat. A … Continue reading

Fiction by Marina Mularz
Fiction / Issue 3

Fiction by Marina Mularz

The plan was really a three-part process. Scope out the wild of Cherapunjee and get a feel for the landscape. Cover himself in leaves or toucan dung or something equally rugged and ambush the beast. Board a flight back home and hand Trixie the camera and say, “This is for you, now give me my last name back…” Continue reading

Non Fiction by Marta Szabo
Issue 3 / Nonfiction

Non Fiction by Marta Szabo

Quickly, there are rides, all with men. It never takes more than a couple of minutes for someone to stop and I am zipping through Washington, then Oregon. One man picks me up in northern California. He’s just a few years older than me. There are empty soda cans rolling around the floor of his black Camaro. Maybe he will fall in love with me. Maybe he has a life I could join. Continue reading