Alex Jennings
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The By-products of Isolation

It’s the middle of the week and Sharon gets a call from the interpreting agency she works for. Since the quarantine began, she has declined several jobs she has been offered, many of which take place in crowded hospitals where…

By Easter

Poetry by Alex Jennings     I I saw you standing by the hearth– Your buckled leather shoes The stern cut of your coat Colorless hair gathered back With ribbon. Spilled my morning Tea. I burned my own wrist. Cried…

Quarantine Poems

Poetry by Cate Root     Grief   I cry for the quarters my friend lathered with soap and water. Imagine them set on a napkin. Imagine them drying in the sun. Imagine stacks of fresh laundry. Imagine that we…

The Birds Will Tell You

Fiction by Té V. Smith Heaven looks a lot lower after the world has blown up. Leaders scramble to direct fault. Religions that once boasted true and living gods are deadly silent. No one received a prophecy of warning. Well-made…

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