Monthly Archives: August 2012

MY NEW COLLECTION by Tawny Demase

When mother died, I was very young. Father says I was so young, I wouldn’t remember her. But I do. I remember the way her hair smelled. I remember how it felt to lean on her breast. I remember the … Continue reading

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CARRION GULLS by Duncan R. Bowsman

Seagulls used to be harmless, little things, just … kicking disconsolately through the sand, like wind-up robots. Used to just pick at washed up seaweed and detritus. Used to. When mutant gulls chipped their glass-sharp beaks into knives on the rocks, I cried, … Continue reading

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