December 27, 2018

Height of Nonsense by Al McClimens

Poetry by Al McClimens
November 28, 2018

Poetry by E.A.M. Harris

  Courtesy of Doors and Meetings Not Planned
November 21, 2018

It Runs Deeply by Annie Carter

Poetry by Annie Carter
October 10, 2018

Poetry by Anthony Caleshu

  I AM THIRSTY and because I am thirsty I need to drink before I can continue blowing your mind. The knowledge you once had about your own imagination required an alarm system with a direct line to the police. The peach you’re eating is so sweet, no wonder it’s […]
July 25, 2018

Athens is the New Berlin by Rushika Wick

Poetry by Rushika Wick
July 18, 2018

The Solitary Seashell by Kevin Cowdall

Poetry by Kevin Cowdall
May 14, 2018

Poetry by Nicole Olmos Pervaiz

Poetry by Nicole Olmos Pervaiz
April 10, 2018

Consequences of Not Knowing My Father Tongue by Sarala Estruch

Poetry by Sarala Estruch
April 3, 2018

In Colder Climes by Selma Carvalho

Poetry by Selma Carvalho
March 7, 2018

Poetry by Omar Sabbagh

Poetry by Omar Sabbagh
January 24, 2018

Poetry by Kavita A. Jindal

By the Old Airport
January 5, 2018

Sian Hughes talks to Mslexia

Sian Hughes spoke to: Editorial Director, Debbie Taylor; Assistant Editor, Francoise Harvey; and Advertising & Digital Marketing Associate, Laura Steven – to hear their thoughts about creativity, writing, editing, and people that are difficult to work with…
November 13, 2017

Poetry by Rushika Wick

Poetry by Rushika Wick
October 30, 2017

Poetry by Omar Sabbagh

Poetry by Omar Sabbagh
September 11, 2017

Olivia Dehnavi Poetry

Three poems by Olivia Dehnavi
July 19, 2017

Sorrows of the Sun by Sogol Sur

Sogol Sur talks to Aisha Phoenix about her poetry collection Sorrows of the Sun.
May 12, 2017

Of Aqua by Otis Elliott

Poetry by Otis Eliott
April 5, 2017

Poetry by Pascale Gillet

Poetry by Pascale Gillet
February 23, 2017

Fishing by Alexandra Melville

Poetry by Alexandra Melville
February 16, 2017

Poetry by Nicholas Murray

On The Great Western, Mnemonic and Pink Gin