Bleeding. America. Radiation. Dollars. Death. Diet Coke. Put those pieces together and you have the new issue of Monkey Puzzle.
For a free preview, click here: Monkey Puzzle #10
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Monkey Puzzle #10 features the following works of prose:
Bleeding for Dollars by Philip Loyd
My America by CG Morelli
Wuz Up Cuz by Jeremiah Johnson
Death, Diet Coke and Bonsai Trees by April Johnston
Sober Up by Brad McLelland
Fool Pain by Kristofer Whited
Withstanding Radiation by Dr. Bruce D. Bromley
Let Me Hold My Banner High by Laura Musselman
Love Letter to the National Library of Poetry by Nancy Stohlman
Why Are There So Few Jewish Vampires? by Shlomo Yermoyahu
Letter from Saigon by Jordan Antonucci
Monkey Puzzle #10 features the following works of poetry:
The Scent that Bloodies the Wind by Brandon Arthur
Dear Juris Prudence by Paul Handley
What You May Think of When You Hear the Term Eco-Feminism by Kasey Perkins
Bias Adjustments by David Stallings
Hydropaddle by Daniel Staniforth
, proof by Michelle Fleck
Double Jeopardy by Paul Handley
Pep Tide by Daniel Staniforth
TextASImagine by Michelle Fleck
Fascism in Rhyme by Paul Handley
with photography and artwork by:
Paperback: 64 pages / 6 in. x 9 in.
Published: February 2011
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