January 7, 2011
Good Morning Gulliver
by Sergio Ortiz
Welcome to my day Gulliver, the dogma of “no strings attached” embellish my
fingers and toes. Continue reading.
by A B Datta
In the house of murder
we collide and try to speak a little
before everyone runs for home.
November 26, 2010
Tired of hanging out with your family? Want to avoid work? Read our November/December issue, featuring the works of eleven poets, four fiction writers, one essayist and a partridge in a pear tree.
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November 23, 2010
Contributing writer Sweetman’s essay “In the Heart of Dogtown” chronicles her experiences in an abandoned colonial settlement in Gloucester, Massachusetts and is a spooky telling of a town no one will talk about.
There were a few references stating Dogtown was a refuge for freed slaves and those who were suspected of witchcraft. One article I came across said its last inhabitants were prostitutes, aging former slaves and a pack of wild dogs. It emptied or died out by 1837. The houses fell to ruin and it’s never been inhabited since—why?
What little I found made me want to know more. I marveled at why such an interesting place in a destination city on the North Shore was barely mentioned. Despite the poverty of information, there was a common theme in every article and trail guide regarding Dogtown: its trails are confusing, it’s easy to get lost and you should never hike alone.
Continue reading Sweetman’s “In the Heart of Dogtown”
September 25, 2010
We can’t believe it’s true!
Head over and read our newly published September/October 2010 issue!