Vol. 3, Issue 20

“My head bristles with the ache of moonlight, the names/ of vanished trees we never learned, flies that bejewel/ some children’s eyes. This place wants to kill us.”

-Allison Blevins and Joshua Davis, “Chorus for the Kill”

Swan Lake | Photography

Swan Lake | Photography

Swan Lake is about man/woman’s interaction with nature and how well or how awkwardly we fit in nature. I like the wariness of the swan, yet it hangs close for a better view. Curiosity and recklessness are dangerous bedfellows. George L. Stein is a writer and...
Visiting Hours | Book Review

Visiting Hours | Book Review

Visiting Hours by Andrew McFadyen-Ketchum ISBN: 978-1622883127 Stephen F Austin University Press, March 12, 2020 96 pages, paperback, $20.00   Andrew McFadyen-Ketchum’s second collection of poetry, Visiting Hours, is a testament to the struggles of grief and a plea to...
Chorus for the Kill | Poetry

Chorus for the Kill | Poetry

My head bristles with the ache of moonlight, the names of vanished trees we never learned, flies that bejewel some children’s eyes. This place wants to kill us. This place wants to kill honeybees, staghorn coral, alligators, marsh rabbits, swallowtails. When I say The...