Monthly Archives: September 2020

Monsanto’s Birth Defects

A Poem by Birtha de Fect band aids of breath fleshly blob intrusive tumors:castrati & anti revolting and angered—the slur taking the point  from the point here and now…achoos and ahah despite the deaths and a dread enemies mired in … Continue reading

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The Gravedigger’s Secret

Poetry by Maik Strosahl The Gravedigger’s Secret –in the Spoon River tradition of Edgar Lee Master (unknown—interred July 16th, 1915) As we cut the clay with shovels, I noted his mood had soured. I saw him take a broach off … Continue reading

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Holding a Black Lives Matter Sign in America’s Most Racist Town

A Video by Rob Bliss

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Why we must protest

He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it. –Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The hottest places in … Continue reading

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