Monthly Archives: January 2011

Los Sures, Part 38: Halloween on South Second Street

Raphael was Batman again. He was always Batman. I wanted to be Batman, but I couldn’t be Batman if Raphael was  Batman. So I was Casper the Friendly Ghost again, wearing the same stupid costume I had from last year. … Continue reading

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Los Sures, Part 37: Lay Off

Mami worked at the Day Care Center on South 4 and Keap Street. It was a small and skinny blue and white building near the corner. At the corner was a lot with a playground for the little little kids … Continue reading

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Los Sures, Part 36: Strong to the Finich Cause I Eats Me Spinach

I wanted to be like Popeye. Popeye was strong, smart, and funny, and he had a lot of fights he always won. And Popeye ate spinach. He ate it all the time out of cans that were always around. And … Continue reading

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January 2011 Issue of Asinine Poetry Is Up!

poems In Retrospect by Sarah M. Duncan The Waitress at the Waffle House by Albert Van Hoogmoed Snow Blind by Lars Nyberg* A Small Tornado Sweeps by Michael Frissore sestina at reynold’s by Meg Eden switzers by Bill Jansen One … Continue reading

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