by Andrew Rihn 1. “How’d you like to disappear?” Paul Sorvino asks Al Pacino in the 1980 flick Cruising. Pacino looks like Paul Reiser, and Sorvino a little like the dad in The Wonder Years. These are not the roles they’re known for, not how we remember them. This is how they disappear before Read more about My Word Processor Suggests Changing selfie to selfless, and Other Existential Crises[…]
by Jim Warner It’s only after he’s gone that he’s everywhere. And nowhere. Through the labyrinth of First Ave.’s backstage, spilling out into the night. Where one would expect catharsis there is only desperation; cageless tiger pacing within the frame. So much energy spilling out: that manic cry of love or loss or anger or Read more about take me with U.[…]
by Kayla Pongrac
Readers will discover poems that often take less than 30 seconds to read; alas, readers needn’t be in such a hurry to devour them.
We’re happy/excited/proud/misc. other positive emotions to announce The Mondegreen’s 2015 nominations for the Pushcart Prize!
by Joshua Bohnsack
David’s Goliath: David confronts his bully after being pushed down on the playground one too many times.
by Charles Bane Jr.
Feminist poets are creating a golden age of new verse that is being ignored.
Call for submissions: The Mondegreen is celebrating Star Trek with a special issue to launch in fall of 2016, coinciding with the first airing of the original television series.
by Emma Smith-Stevens
To begin, let me congratulate you for birthing a son!
by Kristen Mackenzie
I want to launch myself.