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A Memory of Guy Clark

May 27, 2016 Bobby Taylor 0

Born in Monahans, Texas, on November 6th, 1941, the son of a lawyer and strong woman who would “cut your throat and drink your blood” if messed with, Guy Charles Clark grew up reading from and listening to the stories and poetry passed around in the books chosen for the […]

How Social Media Killed This Election

May 25, 2016 Tess Stevens 0

Illustration: david pratt by Tess F. Stevens Rolling Stone magazine recently ran a piece on their cover entitled, “Trump Unbound on the Campaign Trail”. You’d think the magazine that fostered some of the shrewdest political reporting of all time would give you an exposé. Something that would rock your world […]

DANGEROUS NEW INTERNET SCAM: BLACKMAIL

May 25, 2016 Kidman J. Williams 0

By: Kidman J. Williams Some people would say the American past time is baseball. Nowadays, some folks would say that football has taken over that title. We, as men and women, know that neither of these are true. The real American past time is: masturbation. Unlike the past, people have […]

Bruised, Brilliant and Unapologetically Raw

May 21, 2016 Saira Viola 0

Jonathan Shaw cover portrait by Joey Feldman photos and additional art courtesy Jonathan Shaw   Rocker, Sage, Artist, Poet and Proud Outlaw of Our Age: This is Jonathan Shaw bruised, brilliant and unapologetically raw. Think you know Shaw? Think Again!     Saira Viola: What was it like growing up […]

jewels (a spider story)

May 19, 2016 Monique Quintana 0

Illustration: david pratt At first the spider bite felt nothing more than a pinch, but as the night went on Seth began to feel the bite take hold. He asked Emily if her bite was beginning to hurt her, and she nodded faintly, as she sat on the beat-up sofa […]