This story appeared in a British lit. mag called Visionary Tongue.
Weather doesn’t bother us, anymore.
Despite what my heart knows, my soul, despite what my own senses confirm, day, after night, after day, I still have doubts occasionally.
Forgive me, my darling. I know better, of course. Yet there’s that stubborn part of me which clings to ‘reason’ in the face of what would seem a miracle. I suppose you’re right. It does take a little time to…
Kane S. Latranz
In the age of the ancient Greeks
the word 'Atom'
In the age of atom smashers
that distinction has been handed down
to the Planck Length.
No one has ever walked the Planck Length
or even seen one.
Couldn't it be halved, quartered,
How many dancing particles
form the head
Being estrogen-challenged on the one hand, and about as anti-macho as possible (while still being attracted to women) on the other, I found this "feminist response to pop culture" to be very intelligent and thought-provoking. I was also pleasantly surprised by how balanced it was.
My only real bitch concerns the article by Noy Thrupkaew on slash fiction. One infamous example of this subgenre of fan fiction which is produced and consumed primarily by women centers on Kirk and Spock…Continue