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"Don’t cry because it came to an end, smile because it happened."~Gabriel García Márquez (1927-2014)

"Don’t cry because it came to an end, smile because it happened."
~Gabriel García Márquez (1927-2014)

How much would you pay to kill an endangered black rhino?Joshua Williams takes us inside the Dallas Safari Club’s annual hunting convention in his new essay, “A Roomful of Shooters and Nothing to Shoot,” only at Blunderbuss Magazine.
Art by Yvonne Martinez.

“I feel trapped in my old life
Like a hermit crab that won’t abandon its shell
It is so curled
Into its whorl of habits.”

—   From Gregg G. Brown’s new poem “Combing the Long Branch Beach, I Lose My Life in the Debris" at Blunderbuss Magazine.

“Drill sergeant never told us how much louder guns are when they’re shooting at you.”

—   From writer & veteran Andrew Slater’s short story “Dogwood,” up now at Blunderbuss Magazine.
"When I am about to see you, you are the set of keys that is nowhere I have looked."
Blunderbuss is proud to publish a new poem by Richard Fox.
"So much in a face: the upholstery of being human."

"When I am about to see you, you are the set of keys that is nowhere I have looked."

Blunderbuss is proud to publish a new poem by Richard Fox.

"So much in a face: the upholstery of being human."

“What I knew about [Kristen Stewart] before she published a poem in Marie Claire: She played Bella, the protagonist of The Twilight Saga, five movies I hadn’t seen. She was romantically linked to her co-star, Pattinson. I knew this from the Internet and going to the grocery store.”

Before there was Pussy Riot…

…there was OBERIU.

True Detective + poetry. Philip Larkin vs. Rust Cohle.

True Detective + poetry. Philip Larkin vs. Rust Cohle.

“My upstairs neighbor is converting his toilet into a public toilet.” 
Check out “Plans for Dealing with the Public,” a new short story from Perry Genovesi.GIF by Yvonne Martinez.

 “Male artists sometimes use violence against women as a prop for ostensibly lamentable ‘realism,’ when the real point is a patina of (masculine!) ‘authenticity.’ If that makes sense.”