Photography © Allison Goldin

Poem by Jake St. John


  Slow Drag I sit in eternity on this river an early spring sun struggles through clouds ferry boats sail towards open sea with my thoughts of yesterday in tow and these morning musings travel not too far to the north where the hills rise over my childhood as my grandfather worked the fields until…

Artwork  © John Bowman

Poem by Kushal Poddar


  A Flat Suite For Thursday The brown rivulet gurgles to the black. It rained. A formless canine left some whine in the wind. I woke up way late. I sleep back into my dreams- rivulets speaking about the plants. Outside, raincoats drag men, women to the great gate of the mill. Without looking, I…

Artwork © Ira Joel Haber

Poem by Helen Picard


  Surrealist Gossip The stabbed-living room sheik has been misplaced. He’s gone, I heard, without a trace. The last time he was seen was his flowerbox dream when he called to the green: “Roses, arise, I must now advise that you flee here with me in a daisy disguise.”     Helen Picard is a…

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3TV Presents: The Girl Next Door


  Indestructible Love Thank you, for helping me see and feel how cruel I can be to myself. Thank you, for giving my internalized abuser a voice. Thank you, for telling me everything you truly think about me. How, I am annoying. How I look like a man first thing when I wake up- am…