(for Matthew Savoca, 1945-1994) Mid-March and the sky still buried in the front yard, I look out the window at the deer leading daylight back into the woods— Followed all winter by their own tracks, they must know where the wind sleeps and which tree the snow is coming from. * Today on the phone […]
ROB COOK‘s book-length poem Blueprints for a Genocide is available from Spuyten Duyvil. Work has appeared in The Bitter Oleander, Zoland, Caliban, Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review, Versal, A cappella Zoo, Aufgabe, Arsenic Lobster, Colorado Review, Minnesota Review, etc. He lives in New York City and edits the journal Skidrow Penthouse.
FEATURED ARTIST José Ð Almeida Scenes of Catharsis: A Gallery NONFICTION Bobby Neel Adams The King of Sixth Street Rebecca Cook Yellow Cake Joanna L. Grisham The Stranger Bryan Paiement Reserved for the Son FICTION Tetman Callis Yttat Michelle Davis Broken Jacob Doyle If You Were the Ice Jeff Friedman Seeing Letitia Micah Dean Hicks […]
In the boy’s hand the cell phone sleeping, a tiny animal. He found it this morning curled inside his coat pocket. When he places it against his ear, does the animal plant its eggs? When the boy presses it deeper, can he hear its brain trembling? Can he hear the man named Arturo sitting beside […]
Issue 6 Fall 2012 BOBBY NEEL ADAMS is a photographer living in New York. After getting picked up by the cops at LaGuardia Airport while he was photographing airplanes he wrote his first story, “How I Spent My Fifty-Third Birthday.” It was published with photo illustrations in DAMn Magazine (Brussels) in 2007. In 2009, Adams suffered two […]