Poetry

THE TRUE STORY OF A BOY NAMED JAMES by Misty Rowan

July 23, 2012

The predatory look on your face that first night said it all.
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CHRONOLOGY by Lisa Marie Bowman

March 18, 2012
CHRONOLOGY by Lisa Marie Bowman

1 Alan was my first, the one who claimed the prize He was older and oh so forbidden His car was small and oh so claustrophobic Happy Birthday 2 Johnny’s the one I taunted for so many years But whenever we went out, it just bored me to tears I asked him about bondage and...
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REQUIEM FOR A MISSED TRAIN by Joe Yoga

June 13, 2011
REQUIEM FOR A MISSED TRAIN  by Joe Yoga

Only I scream “fuck” and consider throwing my coffee cup.
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PLEASE PARDON OUR APPEARANCE WHILE REMODELING

February 23, 2011
PLEASE PARDON OUR APPEARANCE WHILE REMODELING

okay the building that I work at is a tough scene for me
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A Man Passes by the Coffee Shop with a Small Dog

October 21, 2010

Poetry by Becca Sanders

Men used to be embarrassed to walk dogs like those,
little yippers you can tuck into a purse,
but there's a guy who looks okay with it, I guess.
I can't imagine my dad putting up with it.

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The Significance of Us

June 11, 2010

by Donatienne Voneche Whether this significance of being here behind This jigsaw shouts at me do not follow Whether the illusory of our weave Might make us to float without shadows I shall be the cord of your harp The sound won’t be as hollow as the binding of our previous sorrow The touch won’t...
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Editor’s Ramblings

New Look, Same Magazine

In the immortal words of the Brady kids:

When it's time to change, then it’s time to change
Don't fight the tide, come along for the ride, don't you see
When it's time to change, you've got to rearrange
Who you are into what you're gonna be

With the help of writer and webmaster Ian Shane, we have given ourselves a makeover. It was surprisingly easy and relatively painless. On the inside, we are still the same magazine. On the outside, we are slightly more fabulous.

Praxis takes pride in featuring established and up-and-coming writers. We are always looking for new material and fresh voices. Check out our submission guidelines to get an idea of the kind of work we are looking for, and peruse our stories to get a feel for what we like.

We update our content regularly, so read voraciously and check back often.

Cheers!

Andie Ryan
Editor