stepping into a large music hall. it’s a church i walked through in 1999. the one with the cafe and garden right next to where the tour guide told us about the stinking dead under the floor. there are pianos on both sides of the red carpet. they are from all over the world. some […]
we are here to vote either for or against a new election. we are given what looks like popcorn balls, styrofoam seed pods. when you split them open children’s colorful refrigerator magnets are inside. they aren’t letters, they’re symbols. to vote for trump, you use any of the red magnets. some of the reds are […]
hiking alone at night over frozen snow. when i reach my destination (a place where the starlight makes the snow glow blue-white) i look up to see the star in a moonless sky. i find it easily, burning much brighter than any other star. i see it oscillating up there and remember my history lesson. […]
there’s a ghost haunting the campus. friends are discussing the latest victim. the ghost always wants the same thing, but you have to stay sane through it all or he’ll just keep coming back. i’m curious about what it wants. my friends explain and i volunteer as tribute. “so this ghost guy is going to […]
going into my bedroom. the whole apartment is empty. but the floors open up and my bed is hidden there.
running to class. taking a shortcut i remember like muscle memory in this UK city. i go into a building and take a narrow winding stone staircase up to a bridge that will bring me across the street to the second level of another building. but this bridge is freaking ancient. the sides have mostly […]
stacks of sleds. students planning a skiing trip. college kids raiding the freezer of their Mother. She’s got the head and torso of an egg, humpty dumpty style. Her abdomen and thighs are curtains tied back, a belt buckle is a disproportionately small window. Her knees and calves are sticks. Her feet are conjoined mermaid fins. […]