Gargoyle Online #3

Gargoyle Online # 3 Nicelle Davis Table of Contents fiction Poetry nonFiction Art Mary Ann Cain• How Do We Know Planets Will Persist Eric Darton• CorpoReal April Ford• Snapdragon Avital Gad-Cykman• Mothers Karen Goldstein• Flip Flops Melanie S. Hatter• excerpt from “All the Pain We Endure” Richard Holeton• Counting Nathan Leslie• Our Unwired Yurt is Better than Your Wired Non-Yurt• Back of this Shampoo Bottle John Saul• Havana Stan Lee Werlin• All the Days We WhirledLora Berg• High-Wire• Ululations Sara R. Burnett• Hard Lemon•Sonnet for a Time of Ambivalence•There Are No Words For Hayes Davis• Burn the Blindfold• Dolphin Speaks• The Unwritten Poem Speaks Nina Heiser• Weeding• Land’s End Erin Hoover• the nineties• the power of passive voice• What use are you? George Kalamaras• Listening to “Park Avenue Petite,” Hearing My Rain-Raked Heart All Over Again• Jack Wilson Tries to Convince Roy Ayers to Join His Quartet, 1963• One Night in Indy, January 18, 1959, Eddie Higgins Trio with an Unknown Bassist• Not Just Forest Rain but Bamboo Hollow: Fancy Miss Nancy’s “Happy Talk” David Kirby• Demons, Also Saints, Scientists, and Love-Struck Sophomores• Outfit Alert!• Gerda Weismann is Putting on Her Ski Boots Elisabeth Murawski• much worse things• Remembering Worldly…

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Gargoyle Online #2

Gargoyle Online # 2 Tara Campbell fleeing Roger Cutler's Dino sculpture at Artomatic 2012 Table of Contents fiction Poetry nonFiction Art Anya Achtenberg• Not every tourist is a tourist Peter Cherches• Man in Chair with Book Christina Chiu• Chapter 1, Work in Progress M. M. DeVoe• from “The Boy Who Loved Trees” Gabriel Don• Daphne’s search for self• The Chefs Karen Grajales • Hinges Garinè B. Isassi• Two chapters from “The Reasons I’ll Forget You” Joyce Kornblatt• from “Mother Tongue” Chris Morgan• Pas de Deux Ian Perez• Dima the Russian Julia Hager Tagliere• The Knot Tim Wendel• SuspensionAnya Achtenberg• Story Guru’s Instructions for Writing During Hurricanes• Curriculum Vitae for Corona Virus Employment (CV4CV)• Loss and Lottery Jesse Glass• From “Nothing Epic: The Complete Gaha Noas Zorge” Pamela Gordon• Ode to a Broken Left Limb Hedy Habra • Have You Ever Heard of Dupuytren’s Contracture? • Entrapment within a Douanier Rousseau Painting Sandra Marchetti • Witness • The Dream • Untitled • Slipstream • And the wind running through it • Goldfinch stevenallenmay• Sleep Without Paper Keith Aaron Munroe• A Poem for My Brother• Greece Franetta McMillian• Stupid Mean Season Lee Potts• Old Man Dreams• The sea grew calm far out from…

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Congrats to Kelly Cressio-Moeller 

Congrats to Kelly Cressio-Moeller! whose poem "Suburban Aubade with French Horn" was featured on Verse Daily on May 17th. Original appearance was in Gargoyle #64. http://www.versedaily.org/2022/suburbanaubadewithfrenchhorn.shtml

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Gargoyle Online #1

Gargoyle Online # 1 Gargoyle Online 1Cover: Anna Schuleit-Haber photo w/ Finnegan Table of Contents fiction Poetry nonFiction Art BK Atrostic• The News Hildie S. Block• Malibu Barbie's Dream House Hannah Grieco• Whatever you need to empty Tara Lynn Masih• Agatha:A Life in Unauthorized Fragments Petra Meindl-Andrews• The AMG Terence Mulligan• Trio Mike Panciera• Breach Lex Shramko• Deaf Captain WantedM. Scott Douglass• Living in a Red State Blues, Pt 1• Clothing for Sale• Erasing a Color from Literature• Harmony Maurice Ferguson • Verbless • Conqistador E. Ethelbert Miller• Postcard from Japan• Oranges• Sophisticated Lady• Sun Ra Left Me Here Standing in Front of the Sam Gilliam• The Final Round Maritza Rivera • A Lovely View • Amuse-Bouche • Chips with Ketchup • El Cuartito/The Little Room • Senzala • Senzala (Spanish version) Alexa Bodor• A Canvas of Silence Anna Schuleit-Haber• Photo w/ Finnegan Lisa Chun• 4 collages Audio Laura Costas• Ariadne Awakens• Cloud Streets last words Exercise the writing muscle every day, even if it is only a letter, notes, a title list, a character sketch, a journal entry. Writers are like dancers, like athletes. Without that exercise, the muscles seize up. ― Jane YolenA true piece of writing is a…

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