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Winter Rain by Kathryn Knudson

Winter Rain   A few months in, the rain     is no longer a novelty.     I don’t know what           feels more defeating     the understanding that this relentless seeping       could be winter for        as far as I can see     or the realization that this        time next year I may choose to be bundled up   a thousand miles away…

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Snowman by Donald Quist

Snowman He fell to the earth in pieces, fat fluffy flakes of cold-water life. He covered roads, cars and houses. When his coal eyes blinked open, he stared down his carrot nose at the divine imperfections of his creators—the wrinkled red hands and snot covered lips of tiny gods—and he knew he was doomed. He…

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In Search of Autumn – Send Us Your Stuff

We’re going to start populating our site with some additional content. We’d like you, dear reader, to send us your poetry, short short fiction, or creative nonfiction for a weekly story/poem feature. The content will only go on our site, and the turnaround time for submissions is going to be super speedy. We only have…

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