Ryan Gunn


Legendary (2) by Nicole Sealey

  I don’t want to end up an old drag queen. OCTAVIA SAINT LAURENT This is no primrose path, a life lived out of boredom, a role played on occasion. Category is fem-realness—devout in the practice of pulling a fast one on the eye. Octavia, eighth wonder... I wonder, am […]


Tusken Sinners by Roger Leege

      Roger Leege started out as a painter, printmaker and analog photographer, earning his MA in Visual Arts from Goddard College. With postgrad study in assorted small computer technologies, his art is now fully-digital, photo-based, and he works primarily in surreal montage on topical social themes and creative […]


Ocean Front Walk by Nicolas Poynter

      Nicolas Poynter recently finished his MFA in creative writing at Oklahoma City University. His work has appeared in North American Review, The Siren, Citron Review, Red Earth Review, Chagrin River Review, Fiction Fix, Gravel and Florida English. He won the 2013 Vuong Short-Story Prize sponsored by the […]


Stack by Michael Pontacoloni

  Your scapula is a fin, The way it cuts. My palm is snow on a drumlin. The way our bodies fit: Clumsily, like bowls of different proportion. We rattle when the cabinet is shut.     Michael Pontacoloni’s poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Barrow Street, Shampoo, Flyway, […]