I would like to remind a few people who submit here, not all of course, that the editorial crew of this journal works on a voluntarily basis. As all human beings they do not appreciate being insulted over their opinion. Moreover, if there is someone who can ask an editor to step down, it is andContinue reading “Another one bites the dust …”
Snow Angels Ann Marie Byrd We exploded out the aluminum storm door to icy freedom. A cluster of cooing feathers flew to the rooftops before we crossed the threshold. Hilda Dog hit the sidewalk first and chased any dawdling pigeons. My grandmother’s snowy backyard had lured us from her kitchen, heated to tropical temps andContinue reading “Prose #109”
… or because Jude insisted on using this photograph ;-). Lena Vanelslander I didn’t plan to publish this but as Jude insisted: “the Vermeer-like quality of this photograph cannot be ignored. It is moving, qualitative, taken by someone who knew what he was doing”. This brief introduction on me will also announce one of theContinue reading “The new editor …”
New poetry by Amye Archer, Siobhan Ditty, Gary Hartley, Harmoni McGlothlin, Craig Podmore, and Lee Stern.
Jude Dillon presents: John C. Goodman!
For those who noticed and those who didn’t … We could have taken the silent road … but we didn’t. With great pain and grief I announce the departure for personal reasons of our editor Richard Wink, who handed me the torch to keep the flame of unconventionality burning. Gloom Cupboard will not disappear (as soContinue reading “From chaos into order and from order into chaos …”
Jaria Cecil Sowl: the unconventional one Jariah Cecil Sowl, unconventional in life, love and writing, started writing after a deeply depressing event … Tribulations caused this writer to take on the writing skill or to put his talent into use … The tribulations may have gone by, but luckily his writing stayed, for you, forContinue reading “The Rainbow’s End #5”
New poetry by William Crawford, Si Philbrook, Tasnim Qutalt, Benjamin Rathbone, Felino Soriano, and Denis Sheehan.
by Greg Oguss & Richard Wink When we deleted our Twitter accounts last week to take a break from the tweeting-blogging-yelping rat race, we were in good company. The ubiquitous Miley Cyrus became slightly less so that same week by deleting her own account. Her father Billy Ray (a.k.a. @AchyBreakyDad) quickly fired off anContinue reading “Social-Networking Fatigue: A Status Update”
Some slighly longer than usual short stories this time, from Ralph Bland, J.B. Hogan, Devon-Marie Shepherd, Kathryn Sanders and Erica Naess. Enjoy.