Fiction

EPSILON & CLOSTROMONIA by Shy Watson

Clostromonia was beautiful. She was big-breasted and a fine cook. Epsilon’s fellow noblemen regularly begged for slices of her bimbleberry pie. “Ay, Epsilon,” they’d say, “I’m going to snatch the pie from your maiden’s windowsill along with the big-breasted beauty who made it!” In these moments, Epsilon felt proud.

Interviews & Reviews

IRA RAT on film with Rebecca Gransden

Growing up surrounded by people constantly quoting the latest gross-out comedy or something like Star Wars it makes me feel a little dirty whenever I say a line from a movie.

Creative Nonfiction

CRUSH by Kelsi Lindus

On the white sand, I stand with a man who doesn’t love me and we watch a bald eagle–big as a boy–bent over something bloody.

Fiction

ÔM by Lily Thu Fierro

2:00 A.M. Tonight’s crowd is mostly gone. Good tips. No grabs. I did alright.

Fiction

CARMEN GOING UP by Sara Torres-Albert

When the man from 10C did not say hello to Carmen in the elevator, it barely bothered her at all; she was decorated to her chin with packages—housewarming gifts from one friend or another—and probably looked too compromised for conversation