Now Unobscured (Noetic November And Walking The Sight Lines With Emily Dickinson)

Jan. 28, 2017 by

Now Unobscured (Noetic November And Walking The Sight Lines With Emily Dickinson) Written by Brian Michael Barbeito Photography by Fabrice Poussin January 28, 2017 I told her that there is

Find us on DL Shirey’s Flash Fiction List

Jan. 24, 2017 by

Cicatrix Publishing has been added to a very resourceful writer’s list: DL Shirey’s Flash Fiction List, which lists a number of great sites for writers to submit their work. We

Finding Shapes

Jan. 8, 2017 by

Finding Shapes Written by Robert Cole Painting by Maureen Barten January 8, 2017 Lawrence has a degree in crime science, says Kathryn. I have a degree in maths, argues Michael.

Film Noir

Jan. 8, 2017 by

Film Noir. Sequence. Written by Ada Rocca Photography by Robert Shaffer December 3, 2016 Blue was a fading shade of blues, all arrayed in moth-eaten gowns, her greening eyes filled

The Shower Curtain

Jan. 8, 2017 by

The Shower Curtain Written by Christopher Malone Illustrated by Polly Lin November 12, 2016 Aaron, Leaving you this note is all the courtesy I can muster. I should’ve done this

Family Album

Jan. 8, 2017 by

Family Album Written by Ada Rocca Photography by Robert Shaffer October 22, 2016 I. A fortnight and a few wild instants ago she sat all pale and blonde in the

My Beloved Maria Magdalena

Jan. 8, 2017 by

My Beloved Maria Magdalena Got Killed By A Tomato Truck Sort Of And I Lost A Fishing Boat Off The Coast Of Mexico Written and Photographed by Brian Michael Barbeito

Crossing County Lines

Jan. 8, 2017 by

Crossing County Lines With A Broken Heart (Or How I Learned To Misbehave By Ruining State Property The Night My Darlin’ Left) Written and Photographed by Brian Michael Barbeito September 17,

Life in the 2020’s

Jan. 8, 2017 by

Life in the 2020’s Written by Timothy N. Stelly, Sr. Photography by Brian Michael Barbeito August 20, 2016 “Welcome folks, 2 the information age. I am Dax and I will

Poems & Pictures by Jennifer Lothrigel

Jan. 8, 2017 by

Poems & Pictures by Jennifer Lothrigel August 6, 2016 This photo was taken in my husband’s grandmother’s house many months after she had passed.  The house was vacant and there