Issue 16 — May 8, 2020

Adrian Slonaker — Holy Saturday


Aidan Rooney — Tristes Pâques

Amanda J. Bradley — Routine Procedures


Amisha Koolmon — Ahhh!


Ananya Guha — Two Poems


Annette Sisson — Currency


Avijit Roy — The Day After the Doom’s Day


Babatunde Waliyullah Adesokan — Poem 1


Banqobile Virginia Dakamela — For better, for worse

 

Bhumi Mudgal — Your wish is my command

Catherine Jones — A Luminous Body


Chitisha Gunnoo — Two Poems


Christina Chin — Three Haikus


Dan Cuddy — Hollywood in the Time of Plague and Politically Correct


Duane — One of the Essentials


Ellen Chia — Lockdown


Erren Geraud Kelly — Power in the Blood


Fariel Shafee — 2020


James Croal Jackson — Self-isolation


Jayshree Misra Tripathi — Disquiet in Isolation


Jennifer Juwah — Deaf Ears


Jennifer Lagier — Stick Houses


Jeremy Blizard — Tribute to the Viral Deluge


John Drudge — Two Poems


John Grey — Quarantine Weather


Julia Stothard — Waiting for the Queen Wasp to Return to her Nest During Lockdown


Katacha Díaz — Two Poems


Kathy Abrahams — Flowers


Kruti Brahmbhatt — Two Poems


Leela Soma — Glove, Palette Story & Hope


Lynda Scott Araya — Same but Different


Macdonald Maduabuchi — I call you agony


Marzia Rahman — This Year


Mel Schmitz — What the Pangolin Said

(Artwork by Marie-Hélène Perey)

Melissa Huff — A String of Islands


Mickey J. Corrigan — Where is Harry Potter


Oormila Vijayakrishnan Prahlad — Musings, in the toilet paper blitz


Pasquale Trozzolo — Before the Distance


Paul Kindlon — Damn Corona Virus!


Raymond P. Hammond — Oh, Nice!


Rimli Bhattacharya — Soliloquy


Ronda Piszk Broatch — Gardening as Current Administration Anti-venom

Sandip Saha — Coronavirus

 

Sarah Aziz — The Thief Called Corona

 

Sudhi — Things I don’t say it aloud

 

Sunil Sharma — The Song of Koel in the Lockdown

 

Wanjala Njalale — The Coffin Maker of Verona

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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