By Tim Lynch
The leaves jumped up as I walked by.
The leaves fell wrong when I walked by.
The world’s thumbed all it wants of you, but I –
Ain’t it funny, I’ve read … Continue reading→
By Deonte Osayande
I. Icarus Speaks of Angels
They will say how I fell into the ocean, but I was never afraid
of the sea. I had visions of many things
in the water. I … Continue reading→
By Victor D. Infante
We start with an image that’s almost surreal: Caitlyn Jenner on the cover of Vanity Fair. For some, it’s mere pop culture iconography, but if … Continue reading→
While you’re waiting for Radius to get back from its short break, why not pick up a copy of Best Indie Lit New England: Vol. 2, featuring poems and stories from Radius and 16 other New England-based print and online literary journals!
By Chace Zachery Morris
Bet you never cradled your son
in your arms crease, renamed him
never slid your hand across umber
back like a slide pump after pushing
dear heavenly father & … Continue reading→