“the fields & coasts man made his home
cry for a ship divine
tired of compulsory anchors”
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Riding on a Cloud…
Joseph Reich is a social worker who lives with his wife and fourteen year old son in the high-up mountains of Vermont. He has been published in a wide variety of eclectic literary journals both here and abroad, been nominated … Continue reading
Button Sucking She stands on a rock and places her electrode nipples on mine as though a shock of youth is due me but embrace is as far as the treatment goes. Under stars that read like an EKG we’re … Continue reading
A small re-run of all our 2009-2010 titles has appeared. If you’re interested in buying any of the books, the price is 5€ per book. For a full list of titles available see: https://newpolishbeat.wordpress.com/starsze-tytuly/ Contact: aj_kaufmann[at]yahoo.com PayPal only (+ … Continue reading
Begird no bird Frankly, I find them distasteful bones too thin meager and easy to crush feathers too dusty I prefer soap and water for my plumage. Me, all flesh a loaded shell, round smoothbore shotgun. I’m big boned like … Continue reading
The American Poet Michael Aaron Casares reads a poem from his “Green Tea America” chapbook (New Polish Beat, 2009).
Blood on the street hero departed taxi in a hurry with hydras all around– you find no help here. Future waiting gone to his grave the worry through the week bozos stealing bronze so you take your flowers. Call off … Continue reading