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“Seek and Hide Again": an essay on the adult dating years. By Lise Haines.

“Seek and Hide Again”: an essay on the adult dating years. By Lise Haines.

“I telegraphed to the world that I was ready to meet someone …” A feature from our “Rivals & Players” issue, with photographs by the author. Parisian graffiti. Photo by the author. Seek and Hide Again By Lise Haines * A man told me on our first date, over roast chicken and Chardonnay, that he’d grown a beard so...
Share This Poem: "Between Two Darknesses," by Jed Myers. From our "Rivals and Players" issue.

Share This Poem: “Between Two Darknesses,” by Jed Myers. From our “Rivals and Players” issue.

“Peace at just a little distance — wouldn’t that be nice?”   It’s still National Poetry Month, and BROAD STREET presents this broadside featuring a poem from our Winter/Spring 2019 issue, “Rivals & Players.” Drag the broadside to your desktop to blow up, print, and otherwise enjoy; or simply scroll down to read in plain text.   Between Two...
Share This Poem: "Chicken Train," by Terry Minchow-Proffitt.

Share This Poem: “Chicken Train,” by Terry Minchow-Proffitt.

“This face reflected back is not me…” We’ve formatted this poem from our “Rivals & Players” issue as a broadside that you can drag to your desktop. Or simply scroll down and read in plain text. * Chicken Train Chicken train running all day … Chicken train take your chickens away —Ozark Mountain Daredevils Helena,...
Issue 3.2, “Rivals & Players," is LIVE: Sample the Contents here now.

Issue 3.2, “Rivals & Players,” is LIVE: Sample the Contents here now.

Issue 3.2, “Rivals & Players,” is live: Sample the Contents here. Presenting words and images from our Winter 2019 issue--all online and completely free to read. Do we play the game, or does the game play us? What do we see when we spin Fortune’s wheel? Who’s watching, anyway? And when are they coming for us? In...
From Our Pages: “Miniature,” by Leslie Stainton.

From Our Pages: “Miniature,” by Leslie Stainton.

“Hitty attributes her survival to her ‘smallness,’ which, she insists, appeals to the strangers who save her, one after another.” BROAD STREET presents a popular feature about love, loss, and the things we carry throughout our lives, from our 2018 “Small Things, Partial Cures” issue. This essay is also available, in slightly different format, on...