Monthly Archives: March 2015

THE ILLITERACY OF HORROR by Joseph J. Patchen

I am always amazed at the cruelty of editors; at the surgical precision at which they can destroy a perfectly crafted work. I am also always amazed at their contempt for writers, particularly young and new scribes as well as … Continue reading

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WINDY by Harris Tobias

The wind is shaking down the trees It is a mugging plain and simple The outraged trees wave wildly for help But no one comes to aid them On the ground the leaves fly in circles Like Keystone cops Not … Continue reading

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AN OBSCURE SNARL by Kyle Newton

I enter my home, and there it is, Glimmering lights reflecting in its irises. Fur like blackened silk, A panting tongue of drool and ilk. White teeth: sharp and long, It truly makes me wish I owned a dog § … Continue reading

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VIRGINS ARE … by Anahita Ayasoufi

Virgins are delicate Virgins are apt for gods. The song kept repeating in the virgin’s blossom-decorated, if blind-folded, head, even after the accompanying party stopped singing it and left her by herself in the maze. No, she was not by … Continue reading

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