Bones III

There are bones of the dead everywhere, and they’re sharp. Under your feet as you walk across your yard, in the cement of buildings, under the foundation of your home, in the coffee you drink, in the food you eat. Science estimates 100 billion human beings have lived and died. There are bones everywhere. There are skeletons everywhere, from universities to unnamed places we really don’t want to know about. We love skeletons as we are walking skeletons. There’s an old phrase about skeletons in the closet. What if the skeleton in your closet is real? When we look at strangers, friends and family we fail to see the skull behind the face. And the eyes of skulls are dark and deep. These works of art, poetry and short stories cut deep. To the bone.

  • Tonya L. De Marco
  • James S. Dorr
  • Mary Genevieve Fortier
  • Robert Edward Petras
  • C. Rowe
  • Barnett
  • Mathias Jansson
  • Judith Roney
  • DJ Tyrer
  • Patricia Anabel
  • Jerry Langdon
  • Lemmy Rushmore
  • Richard King Perkins II
  • Judith Skillman
  • Jane Blanchard
  • Alex S. Johnson
  • David Slater
  • David S. Pointer
  • Lemmy Rushmore
  • DJ Tyrer
  • Michael Tugendhat
  • Rachel Anding
  • R.T.Sirk
  • Matthew Wilson
  • Essel Pratt
  • Alessandro Manzetti
  • Magenta Nero
  • Russ Bickerstaff
  • Short stories
  • Scáth Beorh
  • T Maxim Simmler
  • Steve Foreman
  • Phil Sloman
  • John Ledger
  • Alexander Sawyer-Irish
  • Dona Fox
  • David Schütz II
  • K.Z. Morano
  • Sheldon Woodbury
  • Kerry E.B. Black
  • Michael Kellar
  • Josh Pritchett
  • John W. Dennehy
  • Barry Rosenberg
  • Roger Cowin
  • Lesa Pascavis Smith
  • Doug Rinaldi
  • Michael Faun
  • Mike Jansen