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Pie By Yashodhara Trivedi


The light-bulb flickers, dangling from six inches
of makeshift wires, duct-taped together.
If life was a test, I’d get A+ for effort.
It swings to and fro like clockwork, 269 more words


Lit mag poetry: Hudson River at Inwood by Ernest Lawson

Published in Confiscated, 2006.

This piece was written for a class on poetry writing, and it’s the only thing I wrote for that class that I actually like.   277 more words

General Nerdiness

Translations By Loisa Fenichell


I want to run night falls,
leave scabs of purpose on my hands,
watch the scabs linger
like my father’s face in the doorway… 235 more words

Literary Magazine

What “invisible borders” do you seek to address and cross in your writing, and why?

I’ve finished my interview for “Santa Fe Literary Review” which will be in the 2016 issue. Questions came from student staff. “Invisible Borders” is the theme of the forthcoming issue. 240 more words

New Submission Period has Begun!

Hey Everyone!

Thank you to all who submitted for our latest Fall 2015 issue! We should be publishing within the next week or so, so make sure to subscribe via wordpress or email to find out when it’s up. 21 more words

Arts Magazine

Fallen Empire By Hannah Gramson

Fallen Empire

In defense of the peach
that rolled under the passenger seat of your car & was forgotten:
it taught us that some rotting things smell sweet. 189 more words

Literary Magazine

Beta Readers for New Short Story

I recently learned about the Neoverse Short Story Writing Competition that Neoglyphic Entertainment is sponsoring. They’re offering cash prizes to the top 10 entries and publishing the top 20. 188 more words