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BRUISER ZINE 002: Cutting Promos by Josh Shepard

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"March Madness" by Parker Wilson They stand below the rim in a group and reach their fingertips to bump the ball toward the rim or away from it, toward another rim. Gispelli Mar 1, 2024 Fiction
"March Madness" by Parker Wilson Mar 1, 2024 Fiction They stand below the rim in a group and reach their fingertips to bump the ball toward the rim or away from it, toward another rim. Gispelli "At Hirschmann Hospital" by Jan E. Stanek Feb 29, 2024 Fiction At the twice-daily service in the chapel, he always sat next to Frederick Dewitt because neither of them would kneel: he because the chapel was in "I Have Never Made More than Seventy Five Dollars" by John Ling Feb 28, 2024 Poetry No one bothered to explain what about my dick is so French New Wave but I am certain that a Shirley Temple consists of one half cherry one half Tape World: The Six O'Clock Alarm S/T Feb 27, 2024 Columns You can't find everything online. "Greetings from the Milky Way" by Bethany Cutkomp Feb 23, 2024 Fiction Here’s what I know: subtle truths of the universe are not meant to be viewed with the sober eye. Only those inebriated enough are fortunate to Three poems by Jordan Blanchard Feb 22, 2024 Poetry "Date of Birth," "Polyopia" and "Orbit" Suffer Well, Rejoice Better with Bruce Springsteen, Pt. II [Praise Music for a Secular Life] Feb 21, 2024 Music & Criticism & Columns In this continuing rumination on The Boss, Lish Ciambrone sets her sight on 1992's Lucky Town. A Return to the Arbutus Record Show [Anything for a Weird Life] Feb 20, 2024 Columns I returned to the record show a new person, transformed by years of questing that began here, back in the 1990s. Two poems from CUTTING PROMOS by Josh Shepard Feb 19, 2024 Poetry "For U.S. Layoffs" and "For Abundance," from Dusty Rhodes' 1985 Hard Times promo "It Just Feels Good to be Honest" by Carson Jordan Feb 16, 2024 Poetry in winter it’s how well you walk through fire the good you’ve done, good you’ll do the difference between truth and confession is naughtiness god Two prose poems by Tim Frank Feb 15, 2024 Poetry "Drug Me, Please" and "The News Presenter" Two poems by Jasper Kennedy Feb 14, 2024 Poetry "Dogwood Winter" and "See Yourself in Ten Years" Suffer Well, Rejoice Better with Bruce Springsteen, Pt. I [Praise Music for a Secular Life] Feb 14, 2024 Music & Criticism & Columns Lish Ciambrone spends Valentine's Day ruminating on the Boss's less-appreciated autobiographical work, starting with his 1987 album Tunnel of Love In Praise of Black Celebration [Anything for a Weird Life] Feb 13, 2024 Columns Tim visits a new Baltimore institution Two poems by Casey Harloe Feb 9, 2024 Poetry "Does the Thought of Dying in Cincinnati Make You Depressed?" and "Intimate Horror" BRUISER ZINE 002: Cutting Promos by Josh Shepard Feb 8, 2024 Available for preorder NOW. (For wholesale purchasing, contact us directly at [email protected]) “Professional wrestling is many things, "Hilarity" by Kyle E. Miller Feb 8, 2024 Fiction We were searching for the treasure chest / reliquary / suitcase / computer / man or woman / dragon / temple they called God’s Voicebox, rumored to "Beyond the Iron Gate is a Garden" by David Hay Feb 7, 2024 Fiction A crow’s song (if ears can fly to hear it) sinks beneath an endless rain of grey light. The bird, big balled and far too proud of itself, lands, Impressions of Disturbin' the Peace 2024: Day Two [Anything for a Weird Life] Feb 6, 2024 Columns What a difference a week makes. Baltimore City was on the edge of pandemonium on the afternoon of Sunday, January 28th. And I had to get down close "Seaside Condoes of the Minneola Coast" by Travis Dahlke Feb 2, 2024 Fiction While I’m carving a dick-sized hole out from the pizza box, Joan Heart closes her eyes and says the condo has weird energy. I’m not going back in
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