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Ars Poetica on T by Laura Page

In the kitchen, the oven clicks until it’s cool again, until the weight I thought was needing a fuck cools and balls into something more juvenile and optimistic. Mama would never say that, even to herself—fuck. My gyno checks to make sure my copper ‘T’ is adjusting to the culture shock, isn’t slouching in her…

portrait of a bull

CC’s Best of the Net Nominations

Lovely CC Readers: After much deliberation, it’s time once again to show some bovine love to those writers the cows feel deserve a nomination for the Best of the Net awards. Without further ado, we present to you the cows’ nominations: Flash Fiction My Sister’s Aquarium by Jennifer Todhunter Feather Boy by Toni Marshall Poetry…

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Two Poems by Hannah Cohen

Body as an Alberto Giacometti Sculpture Just think, this is about as close to the wire frame and knife’s edge for a head I’ll ever get. My spaces are full, been thin and slipped so many times. If you’re a museum, call me a standing wreck, god, yes, I’m yours. Superficial Today I learned there…

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Two Poems by Claudia Serea

The places we used to roam I’ve been there, hanging out with the dwarf at the Palisades circus, and with the clown with tragic eyes smoking a cigarette on the roof of the flying Zamboni. I’ve been there, in another life, a memory, a photograph, a dream. There’s nothing romantic about that. And the angel…