Monthly Archives: January 2015

Fruita Pulp: Issue #7 January/February

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January 1, 2015
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  Fruita Pulp: Issue #7 January/February 2015 New Work: Two Poems by Keegan Lester Star Gazing by Cat Dixon Two Poems by Zooey Ghostly Five Works in Collage by Dylan Thaemert Two Poems by Louie Clay Your Arm Is by Dalton Day Two Poems by Art Goodtimes Two Poems by Alexandra Wuest Two poems by […]


Two Poems by Keegan Lester

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January 1, 2015
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  Two Poems by Keegan Lester     The great vowel shift   we were ugly until conquered and becoming nude again our father’s playboys don’t have to hide under the bed anymore the cigarettes in plane view, our bodies no longer an island unto themselves, but tied to a continent. and we more continent […]


Star Gazing by Cat Dixon

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January 1, 2015
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          Cat Dixon teaches creative writing at the University of Nebraska, Omaha. She is the board secretary of The Backwaters Press, a nonprofit poetry press out of Omaha. Her work has appeared in Sugar House Review, Midwest Quarterly Review, Temenos, Coe Review, Eclectica among others. Her full length book Too Heavy […]


Two Poems by Zooey Ghostly

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January 1, 2015
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    Two Poems by Zooey Ghostly   bodies & the meat of this thing, rusted teeth & leaving your apartment, spitting at the imaginary sidewalks of new york. & it was unwrapped in denver, dusted in the crook of a mountain turned theater bedroom. & I think you liked the shape of it because […]


Five Works in Collage by Dylan Thaemert

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January 1, 2015
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    Five Works in Collage by Dylan Thaemert                 Dylan Thaemert is an artist living in Omaha, NE. In 2013 he curated the Petshop Book Exchange. He has had poetry published by SP CE and recently showed collage works at Dam Projects’ Sunday School #1 at A_Space […]


Two Poems by Louie Clay (né Louie Crew)

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January 1, 2015
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  Two Poems by Louie Clay     Living Alone Is the Pits AIDS fantasies keep interfering with my erotic videos. I wonder whether the actors are dead now. I fantasized that the young assistant who installed the vcr/cable was coming on to me; actually, he seemed just trying to kill time while his partner […]


Your Arm Is by Dalton Day

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January 1, 2015
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  Your Arm Is after Nick Sturm   Your arm is shaking  Like a planet A head  A house married to a body of water  Your arm makes me feel different  I should talk on the phone more I should stop using the word should I should stop using the world  Like an arm  A […]


Two Poems by Art Goodtimes

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January 1, 2015
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  Two Poems by Art Goodtimes Paleohippie McRedeye sez even old coots love the chase  Playing morning highway rat race with obstacles  Rock, deer, semis In the curves of los cañones riding the rail  of speed. Hell with the unexpected They know  there’s no stumbling inches from the edge Budada Buddies -for W. So, McRedeye […]


Two Poems by Alexandra Wuest

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January 1, 2015
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    Two Poems by Alexandra Wuest     sandpaper boy   underwater, i am an alien. there is no polite way to say ‘i want to break you.’ if there was, i would be fluent in its gatorade stained tongue. there are infinite ways of looking at someone without memorizing their eye color but […]


Two Poems by David Mason

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January 1, 2015
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    Two Poems by David Mason   Aubade For Chrissy   Unhoused, I am at home and travel to my life though it is not my own. I turn another leaf, return to you in love under the starry roof that fades in morning light. The little words we say and those we try […]


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