by John Dorroh My daddy dipped me in milk gravyso thick and velvety I wanted to playwith it, mash it into the palm of my left hand. He offered cathead biscuits beforeschool on dark January days after theChristmas hangover. It was almost enough. How did a barrel-chested man learnthis magic? He did too many warsContinue reading “While My Mother Worked the Early Shift”
by John Dorroh My dad liked sardines and crackerson fishing trips, and over time they sort ofgrew on me. He also liked to crumblecornbread into a glass Texas tumblerand stir it up into a pulp, eating it with a spoon.He often made me Denver omelets before school,and I felt like I had done something specialwhenContinue reading “True Grit”
We are pleased to announce our Fall 2022 edition of confetti. CONTRIBUTORS Fiction by: Steve Carr, William Cass, DC Diamondopolous, J.P.J. Fox, Scott Archer Jones, Sharyn Kolberg, Mario Lowther, Don Noel, Niles Reddick, Kristin H. Sample, John Sheirer, Adam Strassberg, Leon Taylor, Judy Voss Non-fiction by: Malaena Nahmias Poetry by: R. A. Allen, Dennis J Bernstein, Matt Chalmers, James Cochran, John Dorroh, Joshua Gage, John Grey, Lisa O’Neil Guerci, Jack D. Harvey, Mary Kennelly, Chelsie Kreitzman, Allan Lake, Oksana Lizunova, DS Maolalai, Paweł Markiewicz, Nazanin Mirsadeghi, Susan Oleferuk, Gerard Sarnat, William Teets Art by: Janice Williams See the full TableContinue reading “Fall 2022 Edition”
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