“On the Desire for an Accompanied Death,” a Poem by Jessica Moore

Take all your heavensand line them uphere is what you havewhat to bring with you—these apple blossomsthese striated winter skiesyour mother in the flowerbedsyour teethsplitting the name of the girlin the red windbreakerinto halvesyour shallow footprints in the foliar carpetdisordered and roaming. oh whiskey-eyed sunoh landscape after a wildfirein a dream we go softy into the groundhand-in-handthe choir orchestrating HallelujahHallelujah. Jessica Moore is a San … Continue reading “On the Desire for an Accompanied Death,” a Poem by Jessica Moore

“The Wheel of San Geronimo,” an Essay by David Simmons

On the corner of 16th Street and Peralta, in front of the New Jerusalem Baptist Church, is an antediluvian dopeman who will give you balloons of brown powder in exchange for exotic cheeses. For a pound of Jersey Blue you can expect at least three balloons; a pear-shaped Caciocavallo Podolico could get you six, possibly seven. Definitely seven. It is a well known fact that … Continue reading “The Wheel of San Geronimo,” an Essay by David Simmons

Submissions are Open!

Hello readers, writers, and friends. Our submissions are open for the foreseeable future. We are accepting submissions in fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual art. If you have been marginalized due to your gender identity, class, sexual orientation, disability, race, ethnic identity, nationality, or immigration status, or if you have been or currently are incarcerated, we invite you to submit your work for publication in Snarl. … Continue reading Submissions are Open!