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Abstract seeks fine art in all forms that engages with both the crises and joys of our shared human condition. We seek art that engages the edge of now; we seek to explore a future forward zeitgeist with a respect for the gifts of the past. We are looking for both established and emerging artists across a broad range of genres. Our criteria is quality.
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Friday Blizzard by Don Taylor

13 Dec 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Short Fiction

Art: Hanna Weitz FRIDAY BLIZZARD Weir’s Pumps, that’s where uncle Willie got me a start after I left Adelphi Junior Seccy.; aged fourteen, apprenticed as a fitter. Our tenement looked across the Cart, straight into the works. The foreman and Willie were in the same lodge. Well, that’s…

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Affaire de Coeur by Vincent Barry

11 Dec 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Tobias Staaf AFFAIRE DE COEUR “So when did it begin?” she says, cocking a queer eye at me. Rubbing a fleshy ear, I say, “Does it matter?” The truth is I can’t say exactly when. The other truth, I’m thinking, is, “This is the beginning…

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Like Magic by Nancy Cherry

08 Dec 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Vera Fonseka LIKE MAGIC If I want to write a villanelle, I will. Even though its formal structure interrupts itself to interject a rhyme. It’s like a practiced magic trick—you’ll need a hat, a rabbit, a little goodwill. And if I want to spill my…

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In Darkness by Nancy Cherry

06 Dec 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Vera Fonseka IN DARKNESS Before moonrise, before the trail, before I begin the climb, I stop beside a dacha hovering at the shore and watch shadows cross Tomales Bay as the sun falls. Mud hens stitch paths on the water as frogs begin their litany…

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Elephant Seal by Nancy Cherry

04 Dec 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Astrid Echle ELEPHANT SEAL I’m a barrel in the sea. I roll in joy—tide in, tide out, I land always where I go. I lap and clap my flippers up the day and down to smooth the edges, then slow back into cold, or slip…

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Kiamichi River Dam by Robert Ferrier

01 Dec 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Jessie Hall KIAMICHI RIVER DAM What draws us to its roar spewing the push of a hundred-year flood? Rowed plumes spray down to mist splash to eddies and swirls anglers in boats at safer distance casting lines for tailrace stripers swimming fin-to- fin with white…

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Z by Lara Candland

27 Nov 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Miasmic by Pamela Habing   Art: Marie Dashkova @melodyphoto, Moscow, Russia. mariedashkova.com About the Author: Lara Candland’s pamphlet Tongue Child, was published in the Palanquin/TDM series at the University of South Carolina/Aiken, and individual poems have been published or are forthcoming in Free Verse, Fence, The Colorado…

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X by Lara Candland

24 Nov 2017, Posted by JL Jacobs in Poetry

Art: Symphony of Color by Pamela Habing About the Author: Lara Candland’s pamphlet Tongue Child, was published in the Palanquin/TDM series at the University of South Carolina/Aiken, and individual poems have been published or are forthcoming in Free Verse, Fence, The Colorado Review, Barrow Street,…

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