Issue No. 9 | October 2010

GALLERY | Artwork Francis DiClemente

SPOKEN WORD | Selected Works Edgar Oliver 

NONFICTION | Shadow Play David Cotrone

COMEDY SPOTLIGHT | Funny or Die: Protect Insurance Companies PSA Will Ferrell & Friends


Cryo Annam Manthiram

The Coal Dealer’s Wife John Minichillo

The Brewsters Laura Ellen Scott


Man with the Radio Kristine Ong Muslim


The Tell-Tale Heart (Original Work and Animated Version) Edgar Allan Poe

The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe Performed by Vincent Price

Zombie Love: Night of the Living Dead (1968) George Romero


SEPTEMBER WINNER |  The Dream of the Sheep as It Is Sheared Ruth Joffre (contest guest-edited by Ben Loory)

OCTOBER CONTEST | General Cable 7 Francis DiClemente (contest guest-edited by Vallie Lynn Watson)

OCT Selected Works by Edgar Oliver


The Shard of the Day Itself



The Donuts Luncheonette


Blue Motel 19


“Broken Mirror,” in Greenpoint Brooklyn, Apr 23, 2010


Edgar Oliver – Legendary NYC Playwright | An Interview

Edgar Oliver (born in 1956) is an American stage and film actor, poet, performance artist and playwright. He was born in Savannah, Georgia then moved to New York City in 1977. He is considered “a legend” of the downtown New York theatre scene. He is a frequent performer/storyteller with The Moth, where you can enjoy his work, “The Apron Strings of Savannah.” (“The Apron Strings of Savannah” is highly recommended).