268 September, 2019
Pif Magazine presents the artwork of Carly Miller, a 24-year-old illustrator, artist, and designer from Los Angeles, CA. As both a digital and fine artist, Carly is always trying to push the boundaries on her style. A 2017 graduate of Emerson College, Carly studied Writing, …

Art Work of Carly Miller

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Issue No. 268 ~ September, 2019

Openings lead to openings in darkness, miles below. They shovel ore into steel bins pulled to the surface and dumped, hour after hour, day after day. Clink clink go their mattocks and picks. No one knows the time. Years ago, many years ago it must …

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An Ellipsis

Issue No. 268 ~ September, 2019

Morgan picked me up in a borrowed car. She called it Bella. Bella wasn’t pretty. The bare trees slipped fast by the passenger window. I had flown straight from my last gig at a festival in Arizona into the pit of winter in the northeast. …

The Movie

Issue No. 268 ~ September, 2019

The movie came out on a Wednesday. By Thursday, the majority of kids at school were talking about it, and by Friday, everyone was.   “Best movie of the year,” said Tubby Newton.   “Best movie of the decade,” said Sam Winn.   “Best movie …

A Long Marriage

Issue No. 268 ~ September, 2019

We live together in a museum, she and I, where the artifacts are us. We are like old bits of rock, pressed flowers, tattered letters and cracked pottery. We go to bed as relics among relics, noting each other’s antiquity. Have we any collectors’ value? …


Issue No. 268 ~ September, 2019

Stars and Stripes Features Editor Darrell Sternwald hopped down from the back steps of the tram and promptly slipped on the wet cobblestones and fell flat on his face. As he peered around him the blurry faces of boarding passengers staring down at him appeared …

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An Interview With Poet Donna Vorreyer

Issue No. 268 ~ September, 2019

As a former intern for Sundress Publications, I check the collective’s website and social media from time to time to stay abreast of what’s new in the poetry world; things that may otherwise go unexplored or unnoticed by the mainstream. I happened to see a …