Masterchef is want freed of threat of its conclusion; Masterchef is life without fear of death. It is banal and unending. Continue reading A Grand Vision
We see it, we hear it, we know it, but do we live, laugh and love it? Continue reading I tried toxic positivity for three days and here’s how it completely changed my life!
It smelled simply of skin. Continue reading What Frank Saw When He Looked Between His Legs
Welcome to Not bad!, Talk Vomit’s Sunday morning poetry series. Today, we are featuring one poem by Massachusetts poet Grace Stathos. Continue reading Not bad! #5
Beginning at the turn of the new year, we asked our readers to submit screen grabs of their drafts. Anything from grocery lists saved in their Notes app to tweets and texts they never sent were on the table. You did not disappoint. We had a theory, you see, after our Dec. 2020 book club meeting, that despite how common it is to “post through it,” it’s … Continue reading Save to Drafts, Vols. 1-2
The burrowing animal in Nadine’s chest began to settle, and she carefully picked the letters out of the box and stacked them on the plywood beside her. Continue reading The Burrowers
Nirvana had it wrong. We should not in fact be all apologies. Continue reading Say What?
Are we tired of hearing about “unprecedented times”? We should listen to music, instead. Continue reading A Quarantine Playlist for When You’re Not a Teen Anymore
My brothers would lay a couple of blankets on the floor and stick the “WWF Intro Songs” CD we owned into the stereo. We’d walk through the hallway to whatever intro song we picked and wrestle. Continue reading Life is Unfair
“Simple: keep them alive. Because they are living, that’s the reason.” Continue reading Kiskadee: Living Debris