Girl, I want to carve you up like a Christmas ham, put my glaze on you with a cherry on top. You be lookin so good the whole FAMILY want a piece. And I’d roast you bone in, know what I mean? I wanna serve you up on a god damn cornucopia, laid on a […]
Shakin it like two flour sacks, like two massage motors in a Sharper Image chair like a pair of water balloons bursting in slow motion workin that jelly, that tapioca, that pancake batter, shakin dat thing like alternative energy like dat ass was gonna power a pickup, a coupe or sedan, like you were tryin […]
Christina Shideler is an MFA student in poetry at The New School. She is currently working on a hybrid genre book analyzing the cultural history of anxiety titled A Taxonomy of Panic. She works on the editorial staff of LIT.