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    Synchronized Chaos January 2019: Connection

    Happy New Year! Wele to January’s issue of Synchronized Chaos. Our theme is Connection – how we connect with each other, with ourselves, and with the larger world, or not. Ryan Flanagan’s poetic speakers encounter and notice bits of the physical world: entrails, sweat, earwax. His humor stays grounded in, and stems from, reality.?While less […]

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    Poetry from D.S. Maolalai

    We’ll talk later.   we get up to alarm clocks like children clawing the duvet, but we have no children to make waking any better than it is, and we don’t talk as the coffee boils and the microwave heats our oatmeal. I wait for you to be done in the shower so I can […]

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    Travel vignettes from Norman Olson

    From Touring with the Chinese to Twerking with the Caribbeans –how we roll by:? Norman J. Olson   back in the beginning of October (2016), our two Chinese friends came to spend some time with us in Maplewood, Minnesota,…? we did some local site seeing, driving to Taylors Falls, for example to walk along the […]

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    Elizabeth Hughes’ Book Periscope

    Life by the Drop by Emory C. Vaughn Life By the Drop by Emory C. Vaughn is a collection of short-story like chapters where the author relates how drugs are taking over Georgia through farmers and others. He tells of the violence the drug industry can produce. He emphasizes that not only do drug gangs […]

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    Essay from Chimezie Ihekuna

    First of all, consider the total number of alphabets that make the words ‘poverty’ and ‘wealth’. No doubt, we have a total of 13 alphabets. Let us picture each alphabet as a layer. In all, we have 13 layers. On the other hand, consider a pyramid. Imagine a 13-layer inscription on the pyramid. Interpreting the […]

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    Poetry from Mahbub

    When Green Fades ?? When a wife, Snigdha Sarkar Dipa Kills her husband, Rathis Chandra Vhowmic and plays their adultery or sex game with her lover, Kamrul Islam through out the whole night— When Beauty, a name of a young girl raped and killed by the rapists and her dead body found in the green […]

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    Poetry from J.J. Campbell

    —————————–——————————————————————— bio J.J. Campbell (1976 – ?) is old enough to know where the bodies are buried. He’s been widely published over the years, most recently at Alien Buddha Zine, Academy Of The Heart And Mind, Under the Bleachers, Horror Sleaze Trash and The Daily Dope Fiend. His most recent chapbook, the taste of blood […]

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