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Screen Shot 2013-10-30 at 3.54.53 PMPoetry

A Poem by Lisa Marie Basile

I take baths        in white milk & try to close up as virgins do for you when you enter. Love is two bodies        trampolining isnt it, my baby? I am all covered in tears exhaustive you tried to leave memore…

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A Poem By Christopher Rey Pérez

I’m in Brazil but I’ve been living in Argentina      The bus is cold ~full of spiders~      Eyes the size of my hearts      like morning stars in ice chests      Dumb bobo’s not only mine Saída de emergência two seats down      Whomore…

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#8 by Cement Pond LLC

#8 –summer goth Okay Bombshell, there was a time you came to the house just to see my much older sister/steal the cat’s medication. An enormous white man sat in his car blasting “Mashed Potato Time,” while you did yourmore…

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Two Poems by Stephanie Barber

THE SHAMA BIRD IN 1889 from jhana and the rats of james olds Collaboration with Jenny Graf Sheppard THE SHAMA BIRD IN 1889 from jhana and the rats of james olds from stephanie barber on Vimeo. TIME IS RUNNING OUTmore…

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Three Poems by Colin Dodds

- No more verbs. Straight noun phrases suffice. Stumbling navels, a song about a wound and a womb, soft breasts cutting the air, men who brag about fucking snakes, the conversation between the colors and the numbers, the evidence ofmore…

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Freckles by Summer Pierre

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All Night Long by Frederick Pollack

All Night Long The owl or outdoor cat or neighborhood dog-with-a-secret who killed you, owes you, so that if you line up nicely between clueless lizards, big old beetles, and cats that hunger or cars got (they’re still pushy, butmore…

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The Long Returning by Donavon Davidson

The Long Returning For Annsi They swallowed the river- the doll with black eyes the man with immovable arms, now, they are the river. I was afraid or I thought it was necessary because I heard their voices – fruitmore…

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To Cure by Sarah Janczak

To Cure When you dissect a human start with the eyes. The way light makes lace out of walls Lightly with the cadaver. I knew you sanitized, sterile, stark naked under that plastic sheet. I slid my tongue down yourmore…

Screen Shot 2013-10-17 at 3.02.12 PMNews

We’re Back. Here’s a New Issue.

It’s been a little while coming, but we’ve launched a new issue of InDigest. It’s a damn good one, I think. There are a lot of reasons this issue was delayed so long. I’ll sum them up by saying thatmore…

Opera 45Narratives

Opera #45

Tom Davenport, the young Hemispheres agent formerly known as “Hero,” is at this moment sitting in a surveillance van. The van is parked across from an apartment building in Diamondland. As part of his employment for The Shadow Farm, hemore…

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The California Prelude by Sean Neville

The California Prelude I a. Oh, most belovèd friend! a glorious time of snacking. A happy, happy, happy time feeding on your woolly looks while your striplings fled like starlings in leather shorts, in tulip wraps, in kilts, in ladybags,more…

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