Blood and love mingle unpleasantly in this poem by Ruth Ruiz.
Michelle McMillan weaves a dreamlike state of longing with haunting words in her poem, Evening.
Maddie Marlow’s sensual prose poem explores a young woman’s subtle insecurities.
Erin Breen gives us a glimpse of her childhood escapades in her poem, Army Crawling is Hard Enough.
Erin Breen reflects on the disadvantages of childhood in her quirky poem, I hated being little.
A girl is accosted by a man claiming to be her father in Frida Gurewitz’s Spring Oak Road.
Isaac Dwyer delves into the world of the mechanized mind.
Frida Gurewitz grants the reader an opportunity to experience her childhood in this imagistic poem.
Callie Levan reinvents the character of Rumpelstiltskin.
Needles stab at your finger tips while reading Isaac Dwyer’s realistic portrayal of life as a factory worker during the industrial revolution.