Ryan Gunn

Water Cats by Mustafa Ziyalan

  I heard about water cats for the first time in a coffee house in Kasımpaşa [1]. A friend of mine who was on medical leave from the front of the civil war had seen them mentioned in the writings of Pliny while researching minerals. At that time the things […]

Vidalia by Alice Anderson

    There’s a drop-out girl on my block now (eleven going on seventeen) who each day sits on Sweet Earl’s front porch eating a purple onion like it’s a black plum, luscious and ripe. A stippled beauty – rail thin, endless limbs, jade eyes, snarled copper hair to the […]