Synchronized Chaos February 2019: Telescoping View

First of all, especially as this issue fortuitously deals with memories, we need to take some time to remember the life of our past editor and contributor, Tony LeTigre. He passed away suddenly in a car accident Saturday, January 19th.  He sent poetry and short stories and essays in to this publication over the past […]

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Poetry from John Patrick Robins

  It was a mystery to us all. “Man I’ve had some shit reviews but never one that I couldn’t understand.” All my friends read it and yet none could explain. The four star review and the weird ass comment . We all speculated but this mystery remained unsolved. The hipster critic and editor had […]

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Poetry from Ryan Quinn Flanagan

The Devil Plays All His Own Records Backwards just to see what all the fuss is about scratches the shit out of them on this used turntable he picked up at a yard sale seven months ago and there are no hidden messages that he can make out not even a few of his own […]

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Short story from Ezekiel Jarvis

Fearful Symmetry I could go right down the line. All of the bullshit. Start small, with those little pricks who are polite to your face but who you know call you a pig twenty seconds later. Probably because they think that the black kids do and that’s cool to them.  They’re not terrible, but they […]

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Short story from Robert Ragan

Bag Lunch   Do you ever get tired of seeing those bums with signs saying, “Will work for food?”   Benny was fucking sick of it. He knew all about their little schemes. Maybe just maybe they really wanted food. But not a damn one of them really wanted to work for it.   Benny […]

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Poetry from Ivan Jenson

Action Plan Go through with it the daily grind until the great unwind. Continue with the gross overestimations, the bad investments of money or time and keep on playing your chips when it comes to love or friendships do it all with the artistry of archery even if it means aiming for the bullseye of […]

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Photography from Alejandra Garzon

My name is Alejandra Garzon. I’m a storytelling fashion photographer from Ecuador but currently moved to New York. This photo is the combination of aesthetics and portraits and emotions and digital art and fashion all at once. I’m in love with the idea of showing emotions in what I create or write. I think sadness, […]

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