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"Somewhere Come Nightfall"

"I believe that the dead are dead—rotting, organic matter given back to the earth. The dead visit,
but they are never alive. Not a commune. Not a sign."

Read more of Tyler Dunning's "Somewhere Come Nightfall" here.


Announcing our Upcoming Reading at PowerHouse Arena in Brooklyn

Our next reading will be Sunday, January 28th, 2018 at PowerHouse Arena on 28 Adams St. in Dumbo, Brooklyn, featuring Elizabeth Gaffney, Said Sayrafiezadeh, Emily Brout, Maria Lioutaia, & Madeleine Mori! You can RSVP on Facebook here. 
 

Our readings are always free and open to the public, with books available for purchase and signing on site. Fly by and say hi!


Left: David Hockney. Mount Fuji and Flowers, 1972. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, Mrs. Arthur Hays Sulzberger. Right: David Hockney. Celia in a Black Dress with White Flowers, 1972. Collection of Victor Constantiner, New York.

Left: David Hockney. Mount Fuji and Flowers, 1972. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, Mrs. Arthur Hays Sulzberger. Right: David Hockney. Celia in a Black Dress with White Flowers, 1972. Collection of Victor Constantiner, New York.

High Tea in Tallinn. © Cecilie Nicoline Rasmussen

High Tea in Tallinn. © Cecilie Nicoline Rasmussen

"The Orange Tank Top"

"The other girl scrolls her index finger across the matte, silver square of her laptop’s keypad, zooming in and zooming out, examining Maggie’s body, framed in a neat Instagram square. What is it about her body that holds such power?"

Read more of Sara Petersen's "The Orange Tank Top" here.

"Yellow Like Mom"

"In summertime, my mother’s hair reflected the sun’s rays as if they were hers to flaunt." 

Read more of Nicole Ortiz's "Yellow Like Mom" here.


We are always open for general submissions via Submittable. We can't wait to read your work!