CLICK TO BUY PRINT & DIGITAL

Bukowski said that there was everything and nothing.

BUKOWSKI BY CRISTINA CARTER 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 47

I want to eat the dirt

from your grave

I want to find your words

and spit them out

Some of them don’t have anyone y’know.

CRADLE BY CAROLINE GRIEGO 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 47

Y’know, I’ve been meaning to tell you for a while now. I think it is wonderful how you come every week. Some of them don’t have anyone y’know. The odd one on Mother’s Day or Christmas, but nothing regular. I just think it means the world to her. To know her boy’s there. Doing what’s right.

where street lights flicker in 

empty parking lots

4TH STREET EPISTLE BY ERIC A LOYA 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 47


34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 47

MARTHA WHO? BY RONALD WALKER, 4TH STREET EPISTLE BY ERIC A LOYA, 10 DAYS TO THE APOCALYPSE BY MIKE COSTE, CRADLE BY CAROLINE GRIEGO, LIVE! BY UTE CARSON, BUKOWSKI BY CRISTINA CARTER, THE LAUNDROMAT FRIEND BY CLAIRE NOONAN, A DAY IN THE HISTORY OF SYDNEY BY MICHAEL WASHBURN.