Dear FAA By Hannah Star Rogers Dear FAA, This possibility really never occurred to me. I knew it could happen, but I assumed I would be at home. I pictured […]
By Domenic Scopa A sheet of paper. Swollen eyes. Clouds pierced by sunrays after summer showers. A blade does something like this against skin. A bitter marriage. Twenty tender heartstrings […]
The Pursuit of the Millennium By James Bradley The world is a corpse, but a living one, Hopeful, embalming itself for the land Sharing its casket with moon & with […]
Future Tense By Leigh Sugar Helen will practice gestures to quiet the futures she promised herself as a child: I will one day be a police- officer or a princess, […]
By Matthew Dischner I punched a box today, a three dimensional rectangular prism made of cardboard and containing blueberries, twenty-four packages of frozen conventional blueberries to be exact, one of […]
Hello everyone! It is our pleasure to present the Spring 2016 Issue of Anamesa. Check it out here! Thank you to all the contributors and staff for your hard work!