Sunrise River.

by Tyler Craft

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Peepin’

By Matthew Romasanta

Neeks.

By Matthew Romasanta

The Marook (mah-roo-k) is a mammalian creature from an alternate universe.

Description: 

  • Coarse Fur (Full length—3 feet, fully retracted—3 inches)
  • can fly but chooses not to.
  • has nub teeth (gapped and yellowed)
  • propels itself forward with fur
  • approximately 3ft tall
  • 9ft long tongue (dark pinkish, redish, purple with small hairs)
  • produces murky milk with 3 breasts on its back
  • microscopic ears and nose on its tongue
  • rough naked skin on underside
  • poisonous stinging fur
  • 1 to 4 all black eyes (the black holes that appear to be nostrils are eyes for extra sharp near site)
  • the eye lids close vertically
  • produces slimy substance to reduce friction while moving.

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Creatures Down Deep.  Stage #2—foreground color.

Art by Tyler Craft

edited by Gabrielle Craft

Creatures Down Deep.  Stage #1 without color.

El Pescador Sin Señuelo

Midnight Coffee

Midnight Coffee

Keep me up

Midnight Coffee

Kept me up

Slosh through the bright and blinding sun

on my way to a job that’s just no fun

Drown out the sounds of daily routine

sleepwalk through life  

try not to be seen

Punch the clock  

kick off my shoes.

shake off the working class blues

A dream of flight 

A sleepless night

I take out the pad and write away

A kettle boils, steams and pops

Hot pot of coffee

Please help to fend sleep off 

MIDNIGHT COFFEE

By Michael Lorenzo Porter

Walthamstow

A face in the rain, wet bread crumbs for sick birds and the smell of feces.

Welcome to the Farmer’s Market of Walthamstow.

No, we’ll take your coat—and run off with it.

Mind your wallet. Mind your step. mind your mind in the sea of shit.

Unholy matrimony between fish and sidewalks bathed in dry gum. 

Kids pushing and fighting over a stale waffle covered in mold and cream, an old woman with more bags then her bent spine can handle.

It’s a real mess in the street but it’s lovely somehow.