The birds are double packed into foot high wire cages, four feet long and three feet wide, and stacked one above the other. No water bowls and plates of grain. (more…)
When I open the front door of our house after ten days away my husband looks up at me but it takes a moment for him to realize I’m home. He hadn’t been expecting me then. (more…)
Gulls scuffed and dipped over the sea at dawn, over a wooden rowboat, the horizon orange, the sky streaked pink. (more…)
Mort Doesn’t Remember What the List Is For
Mort pays no mind to the chattering zaftig women walking at the ocean’s edge. (more…)
Check out the write-up of the journal in The Writer.
Matter Press recently released titles from Meg Boscov, Abby Frucht, Robert McBrearty, Tori Bond, Kathy Fish, and Christopher Allen. Click here.
Matter Press is now offering private flash fiction workshops and critiques of flash fiction collections here.
Poetry, creative nonfiction, and fiction/prose poetry submissions are now open. The reading period for standard submissions closes again December 15, 2023. Submit here.
11/27 • Michael Mark
12/04 • Helen Beer
12/11 • Rachel Rodman
12/18 • Betsy Robinson
12/25 • Trish Hopkinson
12/31 • Kim Chinquee
01/01 • Jill Michelle