by Joshua Gage Everything grows tight and cold again and winds moan throaty cello tones through clouds. I have grown disconsolate this hour, its seven sorrows scorched across my skin. There’s no better time to be an angel dispatched in wing-raged armor to obscure the sun. They descend in a crescendo of novenas that thunder up my legs and through myContinue reading “Tzevaot”
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by Joshua Gage First, she would have to be unscrubbed, and not descending, but simply strutting up to me at the hottest hour of the morning, her wings oily with grime and smelling of cigarette smoke. There would be no glow, no radiant halo of light ushering forth, but maybe a pirouette of freckles exposing the skin where the sun laid handsContinue reading “Guardian Angel”
Fall 2022 Edition
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”
Writer Profiles G–I
Joshua Gage Joshua Gage is an ornery curmudgeon from Cleveland. He is the editor of The Ohio Haiku Anthology, the first collection of haiku by Ohio poets in over twenty years. He currently co-edits the horror poetry journal Otoroshi Journal with his life partner, Lori A Minor. His newest chapbook, blips on a screen, is available on Cuttlefish Books.Continue reading “Writer Profiles G–I”