Experimental | December 15, 2015

Why Do We Return, Why Do We Stay? by Brittany Harmon

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I am a writer and graduate student living in Connecticut. My work has previously been published in The Philadelphia Review of Books, Monkeybicycle, Dogzplot, and Sundog Lit.

Experimental | December 15, 2015

Cats by Amy Fusselman

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Amy Fusselman is the author of three books of nonfiction: The Pharmacist’s Mate, 8, and Savage Park. She writes regularly for McSweeney’s Internet Tendency and is the editor at Ohio Edit.

Experimental | June 15, 2015

Night Stands by Etkin Camoglu

Currently a fiction PhD at Florida State University, my work is featured most recently in: 100WordStory, 34thParallel and Cahoots. Pieces are also placed in Denver Syntax, Vagabondage Press, Danse Macabre and Prick of the Spindle. I am a New Yorker, born in Arizona by way of Istanbul.

Experimental | May 18, 2015

Things June Hid Behind by Jennifer Todhunter

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Jennifer is a number nerd by day, word fiddler at night who enjoys dark, salty chocolate and running top speed in the other direction after her two children. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in theEEEL, Pidgeonholes, Unbroken, and the Eunoia Review, among others.

Experimental | April 15, 2015

Mechanics by G Ryan Spain

After he died, I watched a team of sterile mechanics open him. It looked too easy—the way they sawed his chest into halves and pried back each rib hinged on the sternum, the way they pulled yards of fatty rope from the cavity like a magician’s endless scarf. They removed a brick of red jasper—the March stone—and mortared it into a half-built wall. They started to pull out his eyes with pairs of jewelers’ pliers, but I asked them to stop, so his eyelids wouldn’t sag into the empty sockets; they nodded, silently, and kept working. It was crucial, I

Experimental | April 15, 2015

Even the Sudden Comes in Increments by Shannon McLeod

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Shannon McLeod is a teacher, writer, and youth slam poetry coach. Her writing has appeared, or is forthcoming, in Hobart, NEAT, Gawker, Cheap Pop, and The Billfold. You can follow her on Twitter @OcqueocSAM.

Experimental | March 16, 2015

How to Survive a Human Attack: A Zombie’s Guide to Filling the Emptiness and Moving Forward by K.E. Flann

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K.E. Flann’s fiction has appeared in Shenandoah, Crazyhorse, The North American Review, New Stories from the South, and other publications. A short story collection, Smoky Ordinary, won the Serena McDonald Kennedy Award and was published by Snake Nation Press (2008). A second short story collection, Get a Grip, won the Geroge Garrett Award and is forthcoming from Texas Review Press. For five years, she taught creative writing at the University of Cumbria in England, where she also served on the board of the National Association of Writers in Education and wrote mini-courses for the BBC’s Get Writing website. She’s been a fellow at the Sozopol Fiction Seminars in Bulgaria, at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and at Moulin a Nef in France. She works as an associate professor at Goucher College in Baltimore.

Experimental | March 16, 2015

The Door by Mark Hoadley

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Mark Hoadley lives in Vancouver. He writes poetry, fiction, science fiction and memoir. Sometimes he even mixes them all together. He is a co-editor of the online poetry journal, The Maynard. Recent work of his has appeared in Word Riot and KYSO Flash.

Experimental | February 15, 2015

Mailbox by Sarah Gaffney

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Sarah Kilch Gaffney’s writing has most recently appeared in Brain, Child, Mamalode, 491 Magazine, and the Apeiron Review. She lives in central Maine and you can find her work at www.sarahkilchgaffney.com.

Experimental | February 15, 2015

The Three Friends by Mark Hoadley

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Mark Hoadley lives in Vancouver. He writes poetry, fiction, science fiction and memoir. Sometimes he even mixes them all together. He is a co-editor of the online poetry journal, The Maynard. He recently had a prose poem in KYSO Flash. This is his second published work.