Synchronized Chaos January 2015: Balance

Greetings and Happy New Year to the readers of Synchronized Chaos Magazine. Many people make resolutions this time of year, to get in shape, lose weight, or save money. One other good resolution is to find balance, some sort of harmony among the different aspects of one’s life. This month’s issue deals with different aspects […]

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Essay from Elizabeth Hughes

Another year has come and gone. I pray everyone will be blessed through the New Year. I hope everyone’s holiday has been filled with love, laughter and blessings. What a year it has been for our community of book reviewers! I have reviewed and loved many books. I loved Matteo Foschi’s Mordraud One and Two and Adina […]

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Poetry from Christopher Bernard

                          Miracle in Red Bluff By Christopher Bernard “It’s Christmas eve,” the burly motel owner said. “Nobody’s got any rooms.” “Damn all,” said the man. “It’s all right, Jay,” the wife, hardly a teen, replied, looking at the owner. “Oh!” He, suddenly sheepish, […]

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Poetry from Joan Beebe

NEW YEAR’S CELEBRATION A New Year is something most People look forward to in anticipation. The old year for many of us was filled with Worry and perhaps health problems. Fresh and new is the perception in our minds. So a celebration of “on with the new” and “off with the old” With parties, music, […]

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Music video from Bink$ Win$ton

BINK$ WIN$TON is a new hip hop artist originally from Oakland, CA. His independent brand, Dolla Bill Entertainment, is also part of a larger media network of artists and producers (Cali House). To date, BINK$ has released a debut EP (MANish), has been featured in MURDER DOG MAGAZINE’S 20th ANNIVERSARY EDITION (2014), placed as a TOP […]

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Poetry from Laura Kaminski

Loaves and Fishes At home, the cabinet was almost bare I didn’t think we had enough to share: one loaf of unsliced bread made with palm oil— orange-yellow, the shade of marigolds— and one small tin of Geisha mackerel. My parents gave all their money away to others who needed it more than they; they […]

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Poetry from John Grey

SAVE ME   Please take care of me, Anna. There’s a storm on the horizon,   as wild, as swirling, as primal as a Turner painting Thunder’s a certainty. Lightning more so.   It could bring rain or hail or even snow. My current status is that of abject fear.   I can’t just sit […]

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Poetry from Davis

Mamma   Goddamn jack in the box face popping up with that clown smile bloody bloody I pressed you down so long. smile again like you did when I told you stories, little boys who fought monsters not mothers. I pushed you out now I push you down. Pouts of lips and the swings in […]

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