Why

Why

by Shana Clements I’m only a young girl, my mind is not fully developed and I don’t know everything, But here’s what I’ve learned I’ve learned that black people are the problem Black people are too loud, too brash and too ugly Black people are hated by the law Black...
Sales Committee Head

Sales Committee Head

by Ian Johnson Now I, who spent my life amassing wealth, Lie in repose on a hospital bed. And though I guarded zealously my health, I here confront the thought I’ll soon be dead, My wealth disposed of and inherited. I delegated life to those below Me, the exalted...

Author’s Reception – June 27th

Hello everyone! We hope your summer has had a great beginning. If you have not seen the email that was sent out about the Authors Reception, please read this post to get all the info that you need to know. On June 27th, 5:30 at New Dominion Books there will be a...

And the Winners Are:

Cecilia Llompart received ten blind works of writing in May, and has named the winners of our Tupelo Press Teen Anthology Contest.  Her choices are: Winner:  “Why” by Shana Clements Semi-Finalist: “Dragonfly”  by Mike Dolzer Semi-Finalist:...

Liberty of the Flag

by Mike Dolzer Billowing in the wind is a flag, Constructed of colors and stars, What makes it not a rag? Visible to the amoeba in cars. Constructed of colors and stars, Giving off a sense of pride, Visible to the amoeba in cars, In the breeze it shall glide. Giving...