It came to him him that ten of his thirty facebook friends had breast cancer and were running running races. ~ Margaret Benjamin is the author of “Turtles and Magic,” a chapbook. She lives with her partner in Fresno, California, where she avoids going outside.
Ended up in SF headed back to BART after midnight — girls in their teens and twenties in tight shiny dresses, high heels, makeup, carefully coiffed and sexy a few hours before but now stumbling, hairdos coming apart, dress seams splitting on the heavier girls, the skinny girls with pimples in backless dresses, shivering in the cold: […]
Nurse Normal “Nurse normal,” the swain says every time the baby cries. “Like the cows do.” Nurse normal with the naive genius of the squat. Nurse the merely dumb who can neither mumble nor squeak. Nurse the bland and faint who wake to the scent of scones and mussels, who hate you and your mammaries, who have nothing […]
Scott Wright: Impact trauma is a term that we use to differentiate different things that might have caused the birds to appear the way they do when we conduct the necropsy, which is an autopsy of animals. And what we look for are specific appearance of organs and blood and so forth that might be where […]