Cuerpo

By Liza Sparks “…nada hay más misterioso que el destino de un cuerpo…” “…there is nothing more mysterious than the destiny of a body…” –E.M. Cioran there is no atlas …

Dualistic Tendencies

By Adrian H Molina Bring me chocolate and herb seeds and I will plant sunflowers in-between your aching poles where divinity transforms into monstrosity and back again. Bring me royal …

It Goes By So Fast

By Eliza Beth Whittington It happens. You think you’re old enough. You’re in love. Or not. You planned it. Or not. Caution is thrown to the wind before the soft …

Option of Violence

By Adrian H Molina There is always the option of violence disturbing the rehearsed silence of goth gold churches                                                                               wake us all sleeping age of memes                                                                              gaming fucking with fangs …

Boulder

By Brice Maiurro   Boulder’s not racist. Boulder has a black friend. Boulder has skyscrapers, you just can’t see them. They’re well-hidden, the fifty story high rises that people put …

1692

By Kate Levin   Bring me the bowl so I can spit: wild venom, woman at the stake, sweet kindling. Hard hands, all that wind. I think about my grandmother, …

Our Jewish Bodies

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

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

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)