Winter 2010 Edition Selections
by Jill Noel Kandel
Since the autopsy showed no wound present—this was not always the case;
previously in similar murders there had been wounds—the death was reportedly
caused by the bewitched smoke emitted from the gun. The evidence, deemed
credible by the Kalabo District Court, created no real commotion, and the judge
accepted it into court documentation.
by Douglas Goetsch
When I told Patricia how much I loved the pool at the Y,
she said, “Oh, black people can’t swim,”
which made me grateful to be let in on this, . . .
by Bob Hicok
A rabbi, priest, and belly dancer walk into a bar.
Everyone turns their way, recognizing a joke
when they’re in one. . . .
by Rebecca Lehmann
Beware the dingle, its leftward leaning light.
Do I feel like a fever?
The bruises on my legs, desire them.
To be scapular is to reach out.
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