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“Barricade” by Will Marsh Apr 25, 2024 Fiction This morning, God shows up at my parents’ house, and before I can even open the front door, he’s rattling off instructions: “We cut strips from an from Saturn Returns by Ashley E Walters Apr 24, 2024 Visual Art & Poetry selections from Walters' mixed-media zine Fear Eats the Soul: Reflections on a Masterpiece Apr 11, 2024 Nonfiction Rhys Delany digs into Fassbinder's 1974 drama Ali: Fear Eats the Soul BRUISER ZINE 004: Saturn Returns by Ashley E Walters Apr 10, 2024 Google searches are poems. Spam emails are poems. Being lost is a poem. Everything reflects some part of me back to myself. It’s all kind of embarrassing. Tape World: O.K. Let's Rock with... Nirvana Apr 9, 2024 Columns Tim returns to Tape World to examine a mysterious Nirvana bootleg "Deconsecrators" by Terence Hannum Apr 5, 2024 Fiction a story from Hannum's collection Our Dead Age, a companion piece to Locrian's new album End Terrain. "Pottery Fragment, early 21st century" by Jennifer Stark Apr 4, 2024 Fiction You kill the ignition and pull on your waders, crunch the stones along the foreshore of the river. We see you looking. We see you with your hands on Review: Semibegun's Shitty Music on Tape and I Loved You a Lot Apr 4, 2024 Music & Criticism Jordan Barger dives into the new cassette from Heather Mease's multifaceted Semibegun project "Octopus Facts" by Chris Heavener Apr 3, 2024 Fiction Best practice is to tell a new recruit about the octopuses when his first assignment is already underway, the shoreline shrinking into the horizon. On the Importance of Infrastructure [Anything for a Weird Life] Apr 2, 2024 Columns Tim illuminates the importance of our unseen support structures "The Executive Pool" by Steve Gergley Mar 29, 2024 Fiction There is an Olympic-size swimming pool in the shape of a silver dollar located on the roof of Lenny’s Manhattan office building. During lunch, "There is a Flame Called the Endless Night" by Juliette Sandoval Mar 28, 2024 Poetry Even now I know that I have savoured the hot taste of life Lifting green cups and gold at the great feast Just for a small and a forgotten time — "Gigantopedia" by Alexander Gradus Mar 27, 2024 Fiction Before I was born I was a minuscule thing. I remember it as plants remember the soil. I heard the world as thrums in the earth. It was still a hum Review: Smog Mother by John Wall Barger Mar 27, 2024 Poetry & Criticism a deep dive into Barger's 2023 collection by S.G. Mallett Spring Break Scene Report [Anything for a Weird Life] Mar 26, 2024 Columns Tim surveys some of the Baltimore music that deserves your attention Two poems by Rob Kempton Mar 25, 2024 Poetry "Windfall" and "I Shun You Big Time" "Series in Which My Body is Not My Body" by Arden Stockdell-Giesler Mar 22, 2024 Poetry On my drive home, a rabbit and deer are cradled together on the side of the interstate. The sun set hours ago and it’s just stopped raining so I "Rows of Jaw Bones and Worn Down Teeth" by C. Morgenrede Mar 21, 2024 Fiction years ago today, in the past, seven orange cones set on top of a wet tarp for a burial ceremony, a fog rolls in, rocks tumble, things become blurry, Two prose poems by Howie Good Mar 21, 2024 Poetry "Shake Before Use" and "From a Dream" from "Founders' Day" by Arzhang Zafar Mar 20, 2024 Fiction an excerpt from Arzhang Zafar's story "Founders' Day," available now as BRUISER Zine 003 Next page