The Indigo Man

By Sienna Barrientos Beware the Indigo Man!  Phantom of the Coatepeque!  Whose face ripples like jaded algae  Folds like lake-foam –   Is fermented under sodden banana leaves.   Be fearful of the Indigo Man!  Who salivates beneath canoes,  Sneering at plump fishermen  With iron hooks   And iron souls  Whose bile reeks …

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I’m Sold

by Rosalie Lambert Welcome! we’re hungry for you. This store has everything you could ever want, anything in the whole wide world, anything you can reasonably afford! If you want something new, something pristine or something untouched. There are no foul fingerprint smudges, not a shade of rust. No history, …

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The Garbage Man

Daniel’s Garbage Man dives into feeling like garbage in the lonely hours of the night. Inspired by T.S. Eliot’s The Hollow Men and Nietzsche’s concept of ‘last men’, Daniel also looks at the apathy that we can unwittingly slip into when we feel small and thrown around by life.

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