Unfounded

Unfounded

by David Dodd Lee We do try to speak out, voices in little bursts, the snapping of twiglets, maybe in a bustlefrom bedroom to office. As well, aghast, we sometimes overthink, estranged in themoment, estranged by the moment, a lack of imagination, of experience....
Cavalier by Linda Michel-Cassidy

Cavalier by Linda Michel-Cassidy

There’s something deliciousin riding the airport shuttlewithout one’s affairs in order.Such a relief to motor away from chaos. All those passwords commemoratedon long-gone slips of paper,dental records at a new officethe name of which I’ve repeated...
Live Lobster by Kevin McDaniel

Live Lobster by Kevin McDaniel

for Tess Like an orbiting satellite,my daughter’s yellow cap bobsaround the lobster holding tankof the illuminated fresh seafood display,He’s not swimming, Daddy,she informs me.He’s resting, baby,I reply, thinking he’s not alive, but dead and...
Inconnue de la Seine by Annie Diamond

Inconnue de la Seine by Annie Diamond

Born near 1870, she did not get her epithetuntil 1926–Unknown Woman of the Seine. Camus called her a drowned Mona Lisa;suitable, as she was pulled from the riverat the Quai du Louvre, the museum whereMona Lisa has been since 1797. Inconnuean apparent suicide,...