Final Editorial Note

Reading back our first editorial note it’d seem nothing has changed. We’re still just as grateful for all the freely-available online works of prose and poetry and feel just as indebted with the literary community at large as to want to give something back. And for the past fifteen months, we like to think that […]

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MISSIVE – Ken Allan Dronsfield

Lost midnight moon at rise; colors void with fall’s crisp breeze questions are of life beyond here somewhere, out there in an abyss planets void of the sun pulsating colder here in this global warming red apples fall into eager hands heaven’s grand curtains closing the next act begins with falling snow red twilight now […]

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ANOTHER ECHOLOCATION EXPERIMENT ENDS IN FAILURE – Faye Brinsmead

The colloquium begins. The dolphins swirl in slow rings around the two subjects. The lead researcher points out their salient features. Breeding-age female; size and weight of a calf on the cusp of being weaned; grossly underdeveloped rostrum, typical of the species; no suprafacial sound-conducting fatty deposits, also typical. Elderly male; height of an undersized […]

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FOUR HAIGA – Robin Anna Smith

      Robin Anna Smith is an award-winning, Pushcart-nominated writer and visual artist whose work focuses on disability, gender, trauma, and loss. Her work is published in numerous journals and anthologies. Robin is the founding editor for Human/Kind Journal and a regular contributor at Rhythm & Bones. Twitter: @robinannasmith.

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