Archive for October, 2013

Our Love Was Like A 33 Cent Knockoff Wiffle Ball
Poem by
Connor Vlieland

October 26, 2013

I was raking today and came across a shattered and forgotten knockoff Wiffle Ball underneath a pile of leaves. You can probably already see where this is going but let’s review anyway, shall we? I remember clearly it was a couple hours before last year’s Memorial Day party, I wouldn’t meet you for another three […]

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Memorial Day For an Exile
Non-fiction by
Bill Vernon

October 10, 2013

   My mother was never at home in the flatlands. Her hometown in the hills was like her heart, pulling her back there, then returning her here to her children. She’d race away through the huge green fields of corn, her metal gleaming, her windows open so the road mirage-inducing heat flowed inside, roasting her until […]

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