Sam and I search streets of abandoned homes and lawns waist-high. The odd local leans against a wall, an elderly couple inch along a side-walk.
by Leland Cheuk
Her back was turned to him. She was washing the cutting board in the sink. The way her elbows churned, Grace looked like she could have been strangling someone.
The daughter shook her head. “Pancakes fill you momentarily, but lack any real sustenance.”
She orders a coffee while crossing her legs, glossy red nail-Polish tapping against the stained white of a frilled napkin.
by Dan Kahn
Arthur watched her silently …
by Derek Alger
I could see my side of the car was going to smash right into a telephone pole.
interviewed by Derek Alger
Charles Clifford Brooks III, a true poet from the Georgia landscape, has been published in The Dead Mule, Eclectica, Gloom Cupboard, Red Fez, Zygote in My Coffee, and The Cartier Street Review, just to name some.
Pif Magazine is but one of many online literary journals. In February, we were flattered to be recognized as “prominent” and approached for advice and counsel by SUNY Geneseo students preparing to launch their own collegiate online journal. As part of their research, Christina Mortellaro contacted us to inquire about Pif’s process of pairing art and literature, how we [...]