Issue 3.4

The Minds of Boys

By Luke B. Goebel

It was still summer and the days had been long forever. The moon was a long stretch of yellow and the waves sparkled on the blackened sea. Keiko was wrestling a dog. The new dog Other had lured to camp that afternoon. (more…)

Upon Discovery of a Postcard

By Patrick Shea

See we brush a fox’s skull

upon the hill; a lone, shattered

head cast off from yesterday’s dog.
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Green Pond

By Patrick Shea

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A Compilation of Oak Leaves

By Patrick Shea

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Neon Dreams

By Leah Erickson

For a while he had traveled with a defrocked priest. They met on a long stretch of highway that sloped through the countryside. Grant had never liked the country. There was something about empty fields, the old barns, even the tang of manure, that made him feel a biting loneliness. A rooster crowed from somewhere that he couldn’t see. To him the sound was ghostly, recalling long ago times. Like the trot of horse hooves, the rumble of wagon wheels. (more…)

Every Morning

By Curt Eriksen

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On the Intelligent Design Debate 200 Years after Darwin Was Born

By Curt Eriksen

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The Five O’clock January Light

By Curt Eriksen

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Born Again

By Curt Eriksen

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Burn and the Kaiser

By Jim Meirose

The red-haired Kaiser turned away and sneezed three times, then wiped her nose with a blue handkerchief. Crushing the handkerchief into a moist ball in her hand, she leaned back in her green lawn chair. Her small feet rolled from side to side at the end of her legs stretched out across the wildly-patterned blue gold and red living room carpet. (more…)