Casey Mensing: Gipsy thoughts under the moon of longing and desire Short Biography Casey Mensing was born in a town called, Breese. His family was the restless sort, so he’s lived a few other places since then. Currently, he’s residing in Honolulu, HI. Mr. Mensing started out as a compulsive liar but switched toContinue reading “The Rainbow’s End #4”
Scarecrow Luke A. Thompson So we hired this scarecrow. Yincent. My sister saw the ad in the Cambrian News and said ‘Is he for real?’ so I called him up to see. We met in the afternoon and in the evening I called him again to say the job was his. This was Sunday. IContinue reading “#107 Prose”
Poetry by John Grochalski, Vera J. Lee, BL Pawelek, Spiel, Constance Stadler, Joanna M. Weston, Stephen Williams, Yassen Vasilev, and Fredrick Zydek.
Paradise by Elise Masque Publishing, 2009 To purchase, visit the Masque Publishing website.
Poets can express a lot in few words and a little in a lot of words … Since the first kind appeals most to my mind most poetry I will appreciate is short, to the point, brief, concise and preferably with wit or irony. But to quote R.M. Engelhardt on this matter: ‘there is stillContinue reading “Fire and Rain (Vol I) by RD Armstrong”
Peter Ristuccia: where many styles converge … Short bio Peter Ristuccia graduated from the University of Georgia with a B/A in History. He performs commentary on Georgia Public Broadcasting, the local NPR affiliate. His writing can be found on http://www.PeterRistuccia.com. He lives in Atlanta with his wife and three children.
New poetry by Spike Daeley, Michael Estabrook, Aimee DeLong, A.J. Kaufmann, Melissa Lee-Houghton, Alvin Park, Frank Reardon, Elizabeth Kate Switaj, and A.g. Synclair. A.g. Synclair Entering Paxton a lone Waxwing greets me from atop an ageless stone wall fallow among brushwood slough and floret
In GC’s latest Gonzo supplement, Luis Rivas reflects on his first poetry reading in the big city and Stalinophile Richard Nesberg offers some Cold War-era flash fiction. (Greg Oguss) Luis Rivas Escape to San Francisco
“Untend” by Jeff Crouch Adam Hughes Upon Hearing a Train I heard a train last night, a little after one. Its coyote-call whistle conjured up vagrants and sojourners riding in empty boxcars, cattle-catchers on the front of locomotives, and the commemorative caboose in Sugar Grove – a museum that no one visits. But upon hearingContinue reading “#105 – Poetry”
Welcome one and all to the inaugural Roundtable, where we the Gloom Cupboard Editorial Team chew over various pressing matters. On the panel today we have Dorla Moorehouse (DM), Greg Oguss (GO), Jude Dillon (JD), Lena Vanelslander (LV), Richard Wink (RW) and Stuart Sharp (SS). Let’s Get Down to Business: What are your opinions onContinue reading “Roundtable: Transglobal Edition”