summer 2011                                                                                                                                                                  issue 19

Vietnam, 2011 by Christopher Novak

riverbabble 19

Summer Bloomsday Issue

Poetry
Jannie Dresser:
         Elaine, Lily Maid of Astolat
         Mortician's After Hours   

Rafael Jesús González:
           La entrega de coyote / Coyote's Surrender
          Obra maestra / Master-Piece

Daniel Beauregard:    Symphony on 400 North

Marion Boyer:   The Vacuum of Space

Anthony Adrian Pino:    The Healing Beach

j.d. daniels:   Mount Ayr

Craig Collins-Young:    Lou's Tavern

Juan Domingo:   Moon Coyote

Emily Severance:   Kink

James Duncan:    I'll drink you down at dawn

Karen Schubert:    Concealed by a Doorway, Can't Turn Away

Nancy Flynn:   Faux Elegy After Mario & Thaeng's Vows

Brad Rose:   Second Cousins

Gregory Owen Pearse:   Tea With the Emperor

Christopher Mulrooney:   the black box

Cindy M. Kelly    Fish Story

George Korolog:   Listening to James Clay

Maude Larke:   Firebird

Ken Poyner:   Shotgun Wedding

Armando Rendon:   Bike Repair

Phibby Venable:   Eleven Swans

Fiction

Larry Lefkowitz:   In Victoria's Bed

Sandra O'Briant:   Against the Rules

Tom Sheehan:  Ivaloo Outside the Lines

Mitch Duckworth:   First Snow

Phibby Venable:   The Man in the Train is Waving

Flash Fiction

Olivia Arieti:   Singing Revenge

Chella Courington:   Monsoon Days

Jim Eigo:   Moonless

Jason Price Everett   Sarcology

Kawika Guillermo:   Learning to Love

Aryan Kaganof:   The Cuckolding

Len Kuntz:    Night Swimming

Doug Mathewson:   Planet Betty, the New World

Brad Rose:   Spikes

Jerry Vilhotti:    Gotcha!

Elizabeth Weaver:   The Gift

Reviews

Joanne Faries:   Refuse to Flinch: a Review of Girls & Women

Meg Withers:   Review of Girls & Women

Photography

Christopher Novak:   Vietnam, 2011
O well I suppose its because they were so plump and tempting in my short petticoat he couldn't resist they excite my self sometimes its well for men all the amount of pleasure they get off a womans body were so round and white for them always I wished I was one myself for a change just to try with that thing they have swelling up on you so hard and at the same time so soft when you touch it

                                                                                 JAMES JOYCE, Ulysses, p. 638., 18, 1378-1333.


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