At first, when sounds were shifting, (although the moves were noiseless) by unresisted drifting we voiced what should be voiceless and though your moves were noiseless, still I was moved, the cause your voice. No longer voiceless, we broke the ancient laws, moved by a modern cause to mock a classic notion. We broke the … Continue reading Poetry: “Romance Language” by Maryann Corbett
This week's Winter 2009 sneak preview: "Appreciation in G-Major," a poem by John Hart.
"I see a black light." – Composer Joseph Haydn's last words – and he had never seen a lava lamp. Word went around Madison that summer of 1970 that something "heavy" was "coming down." Already, the New Year's Gang, a local terror cell of SDS Weather Underground, had bombed both locations of campus ROTC and … Continue reading Non-Fiction: “Army Math: Bringing it all Back Home” by Sam Mills
Our Winter 2009 page now has a great humorous short story, one of three that'll be appearing in our upcoming issue.