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James Engelhardt

April 24th, 2013

James Engelhardt’s poems have appeared in Lilies and Cannonballs Review, Elsewhere, Hawk and Handsaw, and Paddlefish. His ecopoetry manifesto can be found at octopusmagazine.com. Originally from Western North Carolina, he is now in

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Desirae Matherly: No Discourse to Her Beauty:  

   A Tragic Proem in Thirty-Two Acts

May 11th, 2011

(It began with a disagreement. We dithered over Fortinbras, Claudius, who of them made the better Prince: Reference Machiavelli, read strategy, but Hamlet’s line? . . . snuffed out.) With

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Nathalie Anderson: Review of Teresa Leo’s The Halo Rule

May 11th, 2011

Teresa Leo’s The Halo Rule centers on a paradigmatic situation familiar in our culture: the woman who ventures to open herself to love, to a man, to commitment, and the

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Francine Witte: Trust

May 11th, 2011

Sarah had given up on trust. Then she met Harley. He was so oozy with charm, she stopped being careful. He would tell her how pretty she looked in her

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Joseph Rogers: Go Children Slow

May 11th, 2011

There are a few different routes from here; it all depends who’s in the car with you. Say it’s her—she’s probably beside you on the front seat of a ’78

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Andrew Palmer: Homage

May 11th, 2011

A series of conversations about breaking stuff. “I really don’t want to talk about this.” “Fine. Okay,” said Kate. This was just last night. Long silence for a phone conversation,

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R.G. O’Reilly: Father Image

May 11th, 2011

Timmy and his younger brother Chip waited at the door of the Brooklyn Gardens shuttle bus. The bus leaned to one side, hissed and threw open its doors. “Thanks, mister!”

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Wendy Fox: The Fire Time

May 11th, 2011

In the fire time we lived for days without sunlight or air. You and I grew up in the eastern Washington desert, the dry side of the Cascades, where we

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Rachel Chalmers: Light Industrial

May 11th, 2011

1. A streak of blood “Darling, it’s me, Pats,” says the telephone. John wipes the crunchy bits out of the corners of his eyes and tries to wake up. “Talked

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Mathias Svalina: The Stomach Ache

May 11th, 2011

(for 1 to 6 players) One child is the Stomach. The other children are the Aches. A rectangle is drawn in the dirt & the Stomach is blindfolded, ear-plugged &

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