Mona had fingers like spiders, crawled them over my shoulders. She was braiding my hair when the lights at the carnival went out, left me with a half-finished French braid.
This is not a collection of stories overly dependent on plot; these are stories that attain their power through description, through syntax.
Joseph by Dena Rash Guzman Hologram Press (2017) 112 Pages ISBN: 9780998456713 It wouldn’t be contentious to say the political poem has changed dramatically this century. While there is still the […]
Pax Americana takes place in the year 2034, a spy thriller featuring an alternate history America fresh off of years of Evangelical, right-wing rule.
REQUIEM Somewhere in summer we lost our virginity. Was it under the yellow streetlamp, where the moths beat their blind wings? Or behind the door in the sound-wall running […]
In our inaugural essay in “Mix Tape,” author Sarah Van Arsdale recounts those faithful books that have been a salve and an escape, along with Oxycontin, during times of incapacitating […]
The nine stories in So Many True Believers explore topics that are often left unexamined for fear of discovering what lies behind the thin, almost translucent, veil of the human psyche
Remember a different meal, like that November Saturday, the details as disquieting and spare as a Hemingway story.
We are thrilled to announce our 2017 Best of Net Nominations for Sundress Publications! Temim Fruchter, “Known Facts About God“ Michele Johnson, “Word Search“ Good luck to all nominees and […]
Paris changes, poet Charles Baudelaire wrote, faster than the human heart, and as far as my neighborhood is concerned, he was right. We’d hardly settled into our new digs before people starting tearing things up.