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Camping in Space

10.29.12 Posted in today's words by

Monica Crumback’s most recent poem to appear here was Found on the Corner of Stadium and Main, published as part of Contributor Series 11: On Birthdays in June 2012. Camping in SpaceBy Monica Crumback If they do this next year,they will need a bigger tent.As it is, they’re like pencils:point to point and head to head. […]


Say Something Beautiful

10.29.12 Posted in words to linger on by

Boo Boo Cousins is a singer, poet, songwriter, musician, and producer. He has been making waves in New York and throughout the Northeast, layering a unique blend of live instruments and cutting edge music technology, pioneering a sound all his own. He has performed at various venues throughout the New York City area and his […]


The Giraffe

10.28.12 Posted in today's words by

Matthew Laffrade’s work has recently appeared in Ditch Poetry, Camel Saloon, and Requiem Magazine and is forthcoming in Hitherto and Notes from the Underground. He received University of Toronto’s Harold Sonny Ladoo Book Prize for his novella Past Present. He lives outside Toronto. The GiraffeBy Matthew Laffrade I met a giraffe named Noah who ate little pellets you give toGoats out of the palm of […]


Imprisoned

10.27.12 Posted in today's words by

Born in Zagreb, Croatia in 1969, Nevenka Pupek has been recording life in words and colors since the mid 80s. For the last few years she has been publishing her poems on the internet, in magazines, and in anthologies. She has staged 2 solo exhibitions of paintings and poetry and her first independent collection of […]


A Disorganized Setting

10.26.12 Posted in today's words by

Babatunde Lamidi’s most recent poem to appear here was Rugged vs Pretty, published as part of Contributor Series 10: Silken Rags. A Disorganized SettingBy Babatunde Lamidi What do you see when you look around?What do you hear when you listen?What do you feel when you touch? I see humans detached from the earthtaken to a place where […]