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Silly as Summer Appears

Our latest issue is out. poems Dickhead by William Trowbridge Bananas by Marc Carver Half the Russian Wrestlers by Michael Frissore Master Debate on May 22, 2011 by G. Nash Emergency Action Drills by Natalie M. Dorfeld, PhD Jenny’s Song by Roger Unrequited* prose Losing My … Continue reading

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Take a Powder

I have a new story up in the very cool and very noir flash fiction journal Powder Burn Flash. Here’s an excerpt. Good Fences By R.Narvaez Joe walked out his front door, down the stoop, and over to Frank’s door. … Continue reading

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Looking for Clues

In what I hope will be just one of the many events to promote You Don’t Have a Clue: Latino Mysteries for Teens (Arte Publico) in the tristate area, I will be discussing/reading/signing along with Sizzling Sarah Cortez, Serious Sergio … Continue reading

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Lawn Guyland Noir

I’ll be at Suffolk County Community College Creative Writing Festival this Saturday, May 7, 11 a.m., on the panel for the anthology Long Island Noir (edited by Kaylie Jones and due out next year from Akashic). My story “Ending in … Continue reading

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Mayday, Mayday. This Is Asinine. Can You Read Me?

poems Ta by Bill Jansen Cabfare from the Airport by William Trowbridge Midnight Nemesis by Douglas Turner Malediction: Vile Roach by Callie Cardamon Poetic Sin: Its Wages by David Alpaugh Girls Poo Faster by V.S. Frimmit* prose Shooting an Elephant … Continue reading

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APB: Lineup 4 Is on the Loose

The notion of crime poetry — poetry about crime — may at first seem odd, but every poem can be seen as a crime poem. A stolen heart. A broken vow. A shattered reality. Paths are crossed. Conflicts ensue. Emotions … Continue reading

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No Fooling

The April issue of Asinine Poetry is up! Plus: My buddies at Woern LLC and I have launched the Asinine Poetry app for iPhones. Download it here. poems App by Richard Cairo* I Told Her I Would Be by Michael … Continue reading

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