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

Walking While Black

Jan. 8, 2017 by

Walking While Black Written by Timothy N. Stelly, Sr. Painting by Maureen Barten July 16, 2016 I woke up in what I thought was a ghost town. The gray suit

Seven Poems by Richard Fein

Jan. 8, 2017 by

Seven Poems by Richard Fein Written by Richard Fein Illustrated by Adam Villanueva July 2, 2016 DEVOURING In a field with grass taller than me and myself trapped claustrophobic, confused,

Guy Number Seven

Jan. 7, 2017 by

Guy Number Seven Written by S.F. Wright Illustrated by Joey To June 18, 2016 He met her on an online dating site. She was tall, had green eyes and dirty

Poems by Mitch Grabois

Jan. 7, 2017 by

Poems by Mitch Grabois Written by Mitchell Grabois Illustrated by Polly Lin June 4, 2016   I Just Need One Good mechanics are a million to one like good men

As I Am Now, So Shall You Be

Jan. 7, 2017 by

As I Am Now, So Shall You Be Written by Ray “Old Man” Scanlon Illustration by Patrick Jones May 1, 2016 Cheryl and I are dreading these last few yards―so

History

Jan. 7, 2017 by

History Written by Niles Reddick Photography by Brian Michael Barbeito April 2, 2016 Jason Lanier had served in public relations at Altamaha College for twenty-five years. A lean, distinguished fellow

Poetry by Glen Armstrong

Jan. 7, 2017 by

Poetry by Glen Armstrong Written by Glen Armstrong Photography by Sean Rodgers March 20, 2016 Political Poem for Garrison Keillor If no one is conquering evil, I give up. If