sweaty hallways of the lone star and other poems by Cole Bauer

SWEATY HALLWAYS OF THE LONE STAR The hallways of My apartment complex In Austin Are soaked in water All from a Recent storm Rain Lighting Winds Thunder The whole Texas Enchilada Tenants with wet Shoes brining it in And open windows Within these pathways To all the units That let the downpours In The following… Read More sweaty hallways of the lone star and other poems by Cole Bauer

The Squirrel Incident by Jenya Doudareva

A dead squirrel was laying in the middle of the sidewalk. Cause of death – unknown. Folks running around on their morning business in sombre palette suits, as per relevant dress codes, for the most part managed avoiding a collision. They weren’t always graceful but pushed one another occasionally, always with an automatic “Oh pardon… Read More The Squirrel Incident by Jenya Doudareva

Please Don’t Argue With Me, Okay By Michael Lafontaine

“If Kerouac & Carver had a baby and Hemingway was the midwife” – Patrick Paul Henningham The characters in these stories live in rural towns and cities where alcohol and opioids are a necessary part of daily existence. Michael Lafontaine writes honestly about relationships and the struggles of everyday ordinary people. Please Don’t Argue With… Read More Please Don’t Argue With Me, Okay By Michael Lafontaine

Riding in the passenger seat while the driver is on crack by Michael Lafontaine

The poems in this first collection from Michael Lafontaine were mainly written in the author’s mid twenties when he travelled extensively through the United States & Canada detailing his travels in the form of poetry and prose like his heroes Jack Kerouac, Charles Bukowski, Raymond Carver & Ernest Hemingway.     Michael Lafontaine was educated… Read More Riding in the passenger seat while the driver is on crack by Michael Lafontaine