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The Corpse

The Corpse looked at me from the place where he died I said: ‘The World’s moved on since then I don’t know how many miles’ “But I died where you…


After the Before

Iris longs to be with others who resist State laws; others who risk punishment to express themselves however they choose; others who believe that…


“The Big Blue Sky,” “New Day Dawn,” “El Amanecer,” and Other Poems

The Big Blue Sky The mid-afternoon dazzled, I dashing uphill to meet my friend, Breathlessly flashing my sparkling new peter-pan collar. Lovely,…


Faith and Hope

December 29th, 2020. Rocky year, eh? I guess 2021 won’t be any better. I light up a cigarette and wonder: where should I begin? Easy: where it all…


Heart Killer Out Now: Buy it for 45% Off This Weekend Only

Terror House Press is pleased to announce the release of its 21st book: Heart Killer by Andy Nowicki, a novel about lust and sexual depravity,…


Saturday Night Salvation

I press the button and two double espressos come spitting and splurting into the cups. The alluring aroma of coffee fills the kitchen. Placing the…


Botched

Noelle One memory sticks. And she's waiting. I'm gonna get him. Not because it's right. It's because it's funny. He knows I have an aversion to bugs.…


Heart Killer, Book 1: Frances — Part 2

The important thing to take from this rambling autobiographical preamble is, I guess, my secret predilection, which has caused me no shortage of…


The Shakespearian Sonnet About My Dog

You hound are a starry night over fog, fallen in love with the Epiphany. The moon may be mine! Told the moony dog. With you tender garden---is so…


Headhunters

Shivering, sobbing, a nine-year-old boy lay flat on his stomach as his pirogue swirled downward through the Maranon River. "Shauror!" someone…