Below is Part 8 of 16 monthly installments for Visitant. ◄◄ Read the prologue / introduction ◄ Read Part 7: Twist: In Parts What happened to those swell analog T.V. game shows with big-box prizes—Oneida ware, chinchilla furs, avocado-green refrigerators? Plenty of work remains for Mother, but Queen for a Day with host Jack Bailey […]Read more "The Jill Hill | Holding Patterns: Dowries"
Below is Part 6 of 16 monthly installments for Visitant. ◄◄ Read the prologue / introduction ◄ Read Part 5: Gulled: Flights of Fancy Peeved with William Shakespeare, I login my password, Motleydots, and google backstory on the pungent potherb, Rosmarinus officinalis. For remembrance, says sweet Ophelia to Hamlet, a Danish prince and the lousiest […]Read more "The Jill Hill | Rosemary Tisane: Cautionary Aura"
Below is Part 6 of 16 monthly installments for Visitant. ◄◄ Read the prologue / introduction ◄ Read Part 4: Moister Oyster: Transport Gulled: Flights of Fancy Is the Pursuit of Happiness help or hindrance to orderly life? Tired of speed bumps, I, Dot Motley, have become pro-active against time’s assault. I now wear a […]Read more "The Jill Hill | Rosemary Tisane: Cautionary Aura"
Below is Part 3 of 16 monthly installments for Visitant. ◄◄ Read the prologue / introduction ◄ Read Part 2: Blue x Five: Flu Shot as Lewis & Clark Expedition Camo Stripes: Arcus Eyes On time for the eye doctor, I pen DOT MOTLEY on the lined sign-in sheet. The waiting room is cold as […]Read more "The Jill Hill | Camo Stripes: Arcus Eyes"
Jake Zawlacki currently writes and lives in the California Bay Area. He has been published in The Citron Review, Riggwelter, Eunoia Review, Gravel, Litro and many others. Panning “Godammit.” “What?” “My damn hearing aid fell out.” The two had been panning for gold. Manzanita and red shank covered the shale mountain. The stream struggled through the […]Read more "Panning"
King Grossman is an award-winning poet, novelist, and writer of short prose. His poems and short prose have appeared or are forthcoming in The Round, Licking River Review, Crack the Spine, Forge, Tiger’s Eye, DMQ Review, Diverse Voices Quarterly, Qwerty, Burningword, Ignatian, Drunk Monkeys, The Paragon Journal, Pennsylvania English, SLAB, Slag Review, Midwest Quarterly, The […]Read more "Growing Younger As The Sun Goes Down"
Milton P. Ehrlich, Ph.D. is an 87-year-old psychologist and a veteran of the Korean War. He has published many poems in periodicals such as the London Grip, Arc Poetry Magazine, Descant Literary Magazine, Wisconsin Review, Taj Mahal Literary Journal, Antigonish Review, Ottawa Arts Review, Red Wheelbarrow, Huffington Post, Christian Science Monitor, and the New York […]Read more "Am I Dying?"
Diane Puterbaugh was raised in Elmira, New York, but has spent adulthood in the South, where regretfully she can not find good bagels. A daily meditator and occasional marathoner, Diane currently lives in Jackson, TN and enjoys being statistically insignificant except to her dog. Now and Again Years sit as First chairs in a Perennial […]Read more "Now and Again"
Mary Shanley is a poet/storyteller living in New York City. She has published four books and frequently publishes online and in print journals. Choke Talk Frankie smokes on the fly outside the Duane Reade store, where she works as a cashier. Every break and lunch hour, Frankie pulls on a Camel non-filter; her head lowered, […]Read more "Choke Talk"
R.T. Castleberry’s writing has appeared in Comstock Review, Green Mountains Review, Santa Fe Literary Review, The Alembic, Pacific Review, RiverSedge and Deep Water Literary Journal, among other journals. He is a co-founder of the Flying Dutchman Writers Troupe, co-editor/publisher of the poetry magazine Curbside Review, an assistant editor for Lily Poetry Review and Ardent. His work has […]Read more "The Fiction of Family"