by Danae Younge || It's been years since we learned origami
by Alex Wardrop || A bright red quilt, red riding
by Elodie Barnes || She's reading Proust
by Laura McDonagh || narcissus cannot see herself
by Sarah O'Malley Graham || I plant seeds like prayers
by Rochelle Roberts || The forest, large-eyed, dank and disordered.
The magpies warbled to tell us come out
Rochelle Roberts You, with teeth and white boredom,tangled in my sheets, your fingers stuffed inside, as though you think I might enjoy it. I pretend to be a hollowed-out tree, bear-furred around the wound, yourprofile reminding me of old grievancesrattling around my head like loose teeth. I hate the coldness of your lips on myindifferent skin. My body sinks [...]
Yuan Changming Sure, I would paint my skin Into a colorless color, & I would dye my hair Wear two blue contacts, & I would even Go for plastic surgery, but if I really do I assure you, I will not remove my native village Accent while speaking this foreign tongue (I began To imitate [...]
You are green tea and gentle hands in the morning.