Dictated But Not Read
To whom it may concern:
I have been a compliant customer long enough. During the fall, I signed up for On Demand with unlimited channels for the first three months. Within this three month period, I have encountered inadequate service, to say the least—not to mention an ungodly amount of ignorance and stupidity. Continue reading
Daniel Sokoloff is a poet from Philadelphia. He has been previously published with The Basil O’Flahertry and Anti-Heroin Chic, and is currently working on his first chap book, “Dream of the Ash”. When not writing poetry or walking his lizard, he enjoys stargazing or speeding down I-95.
Artist-instructor, Clarissa Jakobsons is a twice-featured poet at the Shakespeare and Co. bookstore, in Paris, France, and past winner of the Akron Art Museum New Words Competition. Continue reading
From works for children to the macabre, from academic research to sports journalism, and from opinion essays to the erotic, M. Earl Smith is a writer that seeks to stretch the boundaries of genre and style. Continue reading
Judy Shepps Battle has been writing essays and poetry long before Continue reading