Poem by Patricia Gomes


    Hanging Upside Down Under the Eaves Tis summer and I wilt, wilt, wilt, droop, bake—it’s all the same shade of yellow. Parch, parched, parchment. Arid, oven-dry redundancy. Hate it. Abhor it. Loath it. I wear your summer and war minute-by-minute, second-by-second to strip away its damp clinging shroud. Noise! Tinny, the sounds of […]

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Into Your Art Spotlight: Sadie Barbosa


  Oddball Magazine is happy to sponsor and promote Into Your Art’s Live Art Event happening November 7 at Hibernian Hall in Roxbury. Join us for a wonderful night celebrating the brightest of Boston. For the next two weeks, we are introducing you to the electrifying performers that are going to bless the stage two […]

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Into Your Art Spotlight: Wayne Morin


  Oddball Magazine is happy to sponsor and promote Into Your Art’s Live Art Event happening November 7 at Hibernian Hall in Roxbury. Join us for a wonderful night celebrating the brightest of Boston. For the next two weeks, we are introducing you to the electrifying performers that are going to bless the stage two […]

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Poem by Donal Mahoney


    Man at the Bus Stop on Halloween The others, of course, are more rabid than he but less apt to show it. Whenever he strikes, he never romps off. He stands with the wrist that he’s snatched from the lady tight in his teeth as he waits with a smile for the wagon. […]

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It’s All One Thing #52: Monsters of the Deep (All One thing II)


  When we were kids, regularly, nature turned on herself in the radioactive glow of those nuclear family Mom and Pop times and grew into various stages of                                                                                          giganticism: giant ants, giant dinosaurs, giant gorillas, even a giant woman to match (I guess) a giant man who must be found to be her giant, monstrous […]

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