Paralarva

by Rebecca Gethin a pulsating jig of injelligence, all on my own in the waterdance Disguised as water I see through myself a series of dots connecting suckers t...

starlings

by Jean Atkin when I looked, the starlings _____were there on the estuary __________blacker than its greys they lifted, shapeshifted _____became single, coiling...

Oxen

by Sarah Brown Weitzman Last night a calf was born to my yoke partner’s mate and we moaned though low because it is to live as we and all before us live we who ...

Vixen

by Jane Lovell   and there through this Japanese ghost garden this monochrome dreamscape slips a half-dreamt wraith born from the last shades of dusk she i...

Flyby

by Bonnie Riedinger   He’s a whirligig on a sugar high, A tuning fork come to dine, A vertiginous blur Spiked in his drink Like a Mai Tai parasol.   H...

Americana

by Anna Kisby raton, es-see-ban, culu, suk-suk Edge of the freeway, weaving like a drunk man, someone is lost on two legs stumbling into paths of cars, veering ...