Category: poetry

Time Keeps on Slip’n: A Poem

By Josh Darling   Do, do, do, doot… It starts in a grocery store. You’ll be standing there, innocently, trying to figure out: Colgate or Aqua Fresh, and in the periphery, time travel happens, lurking like a rapist with an erection at a playground. Do, do, do, doot… Steve Miller. He knew what he was

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Twitchy Kids & Dungeon Synth: An Interview with Justin A. Mank

Austin James: So word on the street is that you write books? Justin A. Mank: Yeah man, guilty as charged. Done more poetry than prose up to this point, but I just had a novella come out so I’m taking the full stab at prose. Oh yeah? When did you start writing poetry? I started

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There is Movement of the Mind, And There is Sound, by Joseph Bouthiette Jr.

THERE IS MOVEMENT OF THE MIND, AND THERE IS SOUND For Aleathia Drehmer EXHIBIT A: In Face [Self, Fulfilling] In Ass I. Cursory_55”to work”// Scene: Defeat The protagonist is described by means of the film, the moon, and the calls he wishes to cross the border. As I understand it, besides the eyes of his

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