With the passing of Steve Jobs we have more to fear than fear itself … Dr. Johnny Wow! explains.
Good day, boys and ghouls. October is here and we’re kicking the month off with a steel toed boot. Mary Slocum explores “the new normal economy” in two intense, defiant poems.
Feel like another cog in the machine? Pavel Ruben probably won’t help you with that.
This week an experimental psychology student, Tim W. Boiteau, shares his fictional alter-world where folks take non-vacations.
Get away from the runts and visit the barber shop with Brandon Bell.
Timothy Dyson has clanking precision in three excellent poems. Feel the grit! Next week we enter year three of WORK. The past year of Sunday publications was fun, but starting next week WORK returns to Monday editions.
Teaching fully explored through two poems by Lauren Henley.
This week Al Simmons wows in his poem One Day During The Riots. P.S. Mr. Simmons has a fabulous collection of poems ready for publishing … someone oughta contact him. Let us know and we’ll hook you up.
In national and state parks, in garbage bins of all colors and sizes, in barrooms and demi-whore houses, at car washes and seafood restaurants, Louis Bourgeois collected cans.