Restless: An E-Zine

Six poems by Aimee Herman: Part three

For the entire month of June RESTLESS is celebrating Pride by featuring work exclusively by LGBTQ writers. Check out the “Pride2015″ tag for more. shot, left tracking It took you three thousand, two hundred, and eighty-five days to get here. You fell in love three and a half more times Read More

Six poems by Aimee Herman: Part two

For the entire month of June RESTLESS is celebrating Pride by featuring work exclusively by LGBTQ writers. Check out the “Pride2015” tag for more. works cited leathered berry in negligee of egg-yolk slip hands drip away boneless straps protecting potassium slunk of drapery as pale yellow presses away first contact Read More

Six poems by Aimee Herman: Part one

For the entire month of June RESTLESS is celebrating Pride by featuring work exclusively by LGBTQ writers. Check out the “Pride2015” tag for more. that film strip You were absent that day there was a filmstrip on how to get through all this. You were absent that day they taught Read More

“Brioche” by Nikki Paley Cox

I walked east on Chicago Ave late last week after leaving the theatre and called Mordechai who I knew would be buried on his couch in his apartment behind the projects west of Lincoln Center. His voice cracked but proclaimed Self-indulgence over! and we laughed but really he said it Read More

“12 Syllable Word for Levitation” by Tyson Himes

Ageless words are heaven stuff that descend upon a boy as bruxism in the night. When he ascends, looking down on the flat plane, there is no refuge— not even words for shade.   Tyson Himes writes from his apartment in the Bloomfield neighborhood of Pittsburgh and is from Warren, Read More