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Shahrak Gharb

[excerpt from a novel] by Layla Sabourian Tehran, 1984 Azadeh was comfortable financially, so she was the one that finally decided to take me to…

poem by Maid Čorbić

I chew gum in mathematics class   Bloody Monday he came to my school aware that I can’t recover from the weekend

poem by Sharafadeen Muhsinah

The forever poor parents   The agony of child birth is second to none Noone is never willing to be barren Wealth,health all wordly materials…

poems by Frank de Canio

        This Movie Heiress (is bequeathed her agency)   “Yes, I have been taught by masters,” she says when her aunt asks her, “Can you…

poem by Greg Baines

everything   soft petals cushioned by lips the words fall from his mouth withering grey under office lights. slow. no reason to.

poems by John Chinaka Onyeche

The Sunflower In My Father’s Garden As A Metaphor For The Return Of Our Ancestors.   A Sunflower had sprouted out in my father’s garden…

Family Reunion

by Douglas Young      For as long as he could recall, whenever Fitzhugh asked his Presbyterian grandmother if she and Granddaddy Rainwater were visiting…

poems by George Freek

I look at my past (after Tu Fu)   I stare at mysteries in the air. Clouds drift in pairs, but their life is as…

The Lego Man

by Bruce Meyer Timothy was told he’d never known his father. He found that hard to believe. Sometimes he would dream of a man sitting…

The Kommersant

by Ella Kanegarian Göktaş “Now because of you I have to read a book, or whatever it is….is it a novel? a story? hmm young…