Our Jewish Bodies by Elisabeth Bialosky for Suspect Press Spring Issue 18: You carried me through the long days and nights Of a hot Atlanta summer As I sat in the back of an Uber with you Crying Because I didn’t know where we were
revelations by John Reinhart for Suspect Press Spring Issue 18: I’m busy
writing a manifesto for the second coming and, Jesus Christ,it’s too dramatic –
America – Ginsberg Tribute by ElizaBeth Whittington for Suspect Press Spring Issue 18: America, why can’t you sleep? Maybe you can call in a favor from the pharmaceutical companies. (I’m kidding, of course, you can’t pay those premiums)
Untitled poem by Damian Taggart for Suspect Press Spring Issue 18: In a rush To solidify our posture We built gas lamps and horseless carriages
Ex Beauty Queen’s Birthday Party by Charly Fasano for Suspect Press Spring Issue 18: Everyone is waiting for the guest of honor. The birthday party at the senior center is turning into a round table argument about medications and sit and be fit exercises.
We Pay Cash for Houses by Suzi Q. Smith in Suspect Press Issue 17: Front yards with grass, Fresh cut, old trees and shiny crab apples…
Pink Tag Discount Day by Charly Fasano for Suspect Press Issue 17: It’s pink tag discount day and mismatched socks are three for a dollar. The thrift store cashier is scanning me like she thinks I am a thief.
3 Poems by Meghan DePonceau for Suspect Press Issue 17: including Stuffed, I Woke Up on the Floor in Cleveland, and FU#3 (Back Again).
Treat Me Like You Treat The Earth by ElizaBeth Whittington in Suspect Press Issue 17: I want you to stake me, Claim me, Stick your drill deep into me, Horizontally Frack me…
Green Sweater by Charly Fasano for Suspect Press Issue 16. The girl in the green sweater sings along and winks at me…