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New Extremism Poem Ms Pantsuit by Leah Mueller  http://blognostics.net/blognostics-an-innovative-experience-in-literature-poetry-and-art/2016/05/20/ms-pantsuit-leah-mueller/  This is your formal invitation to please fuck off at your earliest convenience. On second thought, take as much time as you need: leaving should be a slow process,

This is your formal invitation to please fuck off at your earliest convenience. On second thought, take as much time as you need: leaving should be a slow.

Joker in the deck or the deck full of jokers? Explore the political season of unreason with Craig Kurtz in Trumpenproletariat.  http://blognostics.net/blognostics-an-innovative-experience-in-literature-poetry-and-art/2016/05/02/trumpenproletariat-craig-kurtz/

Trumpenproletariat by Craig Kurtz I’m voting for the candidate who says he’ll make the country great;

Demagogue by John Toivonen Pick your dystopia. Be careful which one you ask for. It may, in fact already be here. Explore this in "Demagogue" by John Toivonen, new on BlogNostics.  http://blognostics.net/blognostics-an-innovative-experience-in-literature-poetry-and-art/2016/08/09/demagogue-john-toivonen/

Demagogue by John Toivonen The street reeks of the aftermath of alcohol and spilled trash. The retching and the urine collect to bring.

Keep the town square swept. It could be a busy year... Enjoy John Garmon’s “Balustrade” new on BlogNostics.

BALUSTRADE by John Garmon “A row of short posts topped by an ornamental rail” He stood at the balustrade and crossed his arms With the swagger of a king (or a megalomaniac.

A report from the battlefield in first days the culture wars presented here on BlogNostics in this essay by Vic Sizemore, “The Rumble of Distant Thunder”   http://blognostics.net/blognostics-an-innovative-experience-in-literature-poetry-and-art/2016/05/05/rumble-distant-thunder-vic-sizemore/

The Rumble of Distant Thunder Vic Sizemore In April of I was a translucent fish curling in my mom’s warm cocoon, and Time magazine’s black cover read

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