Rachel Jamison Webster: The Tower of Babel

Summer! dear Reader, and so here is a trip of a poem digging deep into what is now pouring forth, Rachel Jamison Webster’s text-cutting of “The Tower of Babel“:

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Jaime Garcia: Rubidoux

Dearest, dearest Reader, we have for you a simple, delectable, ineffable, sweet “Rubidoux” for you by Jaime Garcia, just for you, here for you it is:

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Ethan Forrest Ross: Scabs

Today’s share is a tiny map of a vast territory. We’re chuffed to add to the archive today this story by Ethan Forrest Ross, “Scabs“:

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Ari Wolff: Any Object Can Become Memorabilia

Today’s share gives us as much as a signed jersey or a well-loved prop, a commemorative thimble or a mud-rusted spur. Do enjoy, Reader, this poem of Ari Wolff’s, “Any Object Can Become Memorabilia“:

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Jefferson Navicky: El Beardo

Today’s flash comes to us with a multiplying effect. We’re happy to share from the archive Jefferson Navicky’s “El Beardo“:

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