Category: Poetry


By Jess Whetsel I did not learn your name until I was a teenager. It was an accident, a slip of another relative’s tongue, something I wasn’t supposed to hear— or at least not from their lips: my secret grandfather, the villain...

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By strega clare manning slurping soft udon before we use our warm lips to utter the word “bi,” in the backseat of your car, idling in front of my dorm. the roots wrapped around my aorta would not budge until i dared to water...

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By Flynn O’Brien scuffle of                    ears perk/  hands that make you grateful for air folding the universe into the gravity they make                                 pouring the tea                                    ...

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