Indoors

In the month of April, The Standing Desk will showcase four pieces under the “April Flowers” series from Liz James. This is the fourth and final installment of the four works. Indoors I can’t keep us alive inside Stagnant air and artificial sun Dancing with death in the dark We never tried to be out... Continue Reading →

Early Harvest

In the month of April, The Standing Desk will showcase four pieces under the “April Flowers” series from Liz James. This is the third installment of the four works. Look out for an interview with Liz James soon! Early Harvest Ultraviolet undergarments meant to attract Mutual Benefit Symbiotic favors returned but the little white dress... Continue Reading →

Helianthus

In the month of April, The Standing Desk will showcase four pieces under the “April Flowers” series from Liz James. This is the second installment of the four works. Helianthus I waited all winter for the yellow to return for the sun and forsythia and dandelion. The daffodils look nicer against the snow, though I... Continue Reading →

Hometown

In the month of April, The Standing Desk will showcase four pieces under the "April Flowers" series from Liz James. This is the first installment of the four works. Look out for an interview with Liz James soon!   Hometown The bridge home has two sides. In the middle is a large, disappearing, and yonic-shaped... Continue Reading →

A Golden Lamb, Slaughtered

*Editor's Note: This piece is a two-part tale followed directly after Kayci's first featured piece, Plastic Swans, consisting of the same characters, same context, and slightly different feelings. A golden lamb slaughtered   It is Sunday evening, and all of the family is home. The brothers are inside their trailer together, but there is no movement,... Continue Reading →

Plastic Swans

Winter 2015/16 Plastic Swans A Sinclair gas station sits empty at the only intersection for miles and miles. An hour south of Oklahoma City suburbs, with their tornado shelters and spongy lawns, a sherbet green brontosaurus perches above shattered windows and rotted shingles of a bait and tackle shop. Slaughterville, Oklahoma is a town of... Continue Reading →

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