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    Horizon

    A giant copper moon flares on the lake in the early dark, and on the car radio, talk. Talk trying to chew despair. Talk about fear to hide ...

    On May 12, 2019 / By
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    Manal and Alaa

    To open separate window, click button on upper right of comic display   “Manal and Alaa: A Love Story” Copyright © 2015 by Lena Merhej. Published in Muqtatafat, a ...

    On April 9, 2019 / By
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    A Can of Pinto Beans

      Robbie Gamble: For the past several summers I have spent time on the Arizona/Mexico border, working with an organization that provides medical and material aid to migrants ...

    On April 8, 2019 / By
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    Marcuse on the MTA

    To open separate window, click button on upper right of comic display   “Marcuse on the MTA” is an excerpt from Herbert Marcuse, Philosopher of Utopia: A Graphic Biography, ...

    On March 17, 2019 / By
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    Paul Laurence Dunbar, Beyond the Mask

    Paul Laurence Dunbar, Beyond the Mask, written and directed by Frederick Lewis He sang of love when earth was young, / And love itself was in its laze, ...

    On March 17, 2019 / By
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    An Odyssey

    Day like rain, a cast iron crow Furling its wings in thin emptiness My heavy body holds the wound Deep inside black iron cloud Raining down when the ...

    On February 7, 2019 / By

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  • Poetry 0

    Horizon

    A giant copper moon flares on the lake in the early dark, and on the car radio, talk. Talk trying to chew despair. Talk about fear to hide ...

    On May 12, 2019 / By
  • Poetry 1

    A Can of Pinto Beans

      Robbie Gamble: For the past several summers I have spent time on the Arizona/Mexico border, working with an organization that provides medical and material aid to migrants ...

    On April 8, 2019 / By
  • Image by Hartwig HKD
    Poetry 0

    An Odyssey

    Day like rain, a cast iron crow Furling its wings in thin emptiness My heavy body holds the wound Deep inside black iron cloud Raining down when the ...

    On February 7, 2019 / By

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    An Awesome Gap

    Around the corner, the lot opened up and the asphalt smoothed out. The rough patches disappeared and Patrick glided along, gaining speed as he headed for a concrete ...

    On October 7, 2018 / By
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    The Asshole

    He was not a very good person. He was, by many accounts, vile, impolite, crude, inappropriate, ignorant, insensitive, and offensive. He was a gifted asshole, a precocious prick, ...

    On September 28, 2018 / By
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    Eyewitness

    The eyewitness entered. He had no eyes. Unsteadily he made his way through the courtroom, groping the air with his hands. Blood ran from his eye-sockets, blood so ...

    On August 2, 2018 / By

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