2014 December

Dennis Doherty – Leaping

When it’s my turn, what shall I do? You shall step into the antiseptic room on your own power, your Buster Brown shoes scuffing the tiles with purpose, as though eager. You shall not look around for things to fear that you don’t want to see, but lift yourself quickly onto the paper protected examining […]

Desiree Dighton: MIA

At work, I started telling this fox story around the water cooler. It was me and Roxanne, Phil and Debra. I’ve known Roxanne forever, since I was a kid, and Phil comes in later, so hold on. Debra doesn’t matter, so we’re skipping her. Roxanne’s kind of my best friend, at least at work. She […]

Chris Hosea: Walking to Birmingham

WALKING TO BIRMINGHAM On the towpath to eternal life I just can’t genially gesture at assumed outlines imagined as having been left alone to bend and surface saying really something in the air petty as grievances swept I soon remembered never again would votes be tallied by hand customer service be king at this hotel […]

Quincy Vidal

Quincy Vidal – Pillow

Sentimental Moods by Quincy Vidal

Fiction: Desiree Dighton

Desiree Dighton has been a contest finalist with Glimmer Train and American Short Fiction, and most recently her work has appeared in Prime Mincer and Union Station. She is an assistant editor at Narrative. Desiree received her MFA from Southern Illinois University, and currently teaches writing in Raleigh, NC, where she’s been known to eat […]

Nonfiction: Dennis Doherty

Dennis Doherty teaches creative writing and literature at SUNY New Paltz, as well as lecturing and reading at local schools at every level, including prisons. His essays, poems, and stories appear throughout the literary press, from local to national outlets. He is author of three volumes of poetry:The Bad Man (2004, Ye Olde Font Shoppe Press), Fugitive (2007, […]

Poetry: Chris Hosea

Chris Hosea is a graduate of Harvard College (AB) and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst (MFA). His first book, Put Your Hands In (LSU Press 2014) was chosen by John Ashbery for the Walt Whitman Award. He works as an advertising copywriter and lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Quincy Vidal

Music: Quincy Vidal

Quincy Vidal was first established in 2009, after Le’Asha Julius and CE met in the Acting Conservatory at SUNY Purchase College. A year later, they created The Cookin’ in Brooklyn LP (2010). Since then, they have gained many comparisons to artists such as A Tribe Called Quest, Outkast, Fugees, and Digable Planets. After graduating with […]