Author Archive

Steven Lindbergh — Some, Just a Little

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Some, Just a Little By Steven Lindbergh Remember Burt? He lived over on Prospect Street. Burt Porter, the guy that was always getting kicked off the bus for bullying people out of their… Continue reading

Dylan Kinnett — Housekeeping!

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HOUSEKEEPING! Dylan Kinnett A syringe in room 212 is lodged deep underneath the cracked plastic vent of the radiator, beneath the window. Don’t touch a syringe: company policy. So, visit housekeeping closet in… Continue reading

Tim Paggi — 2 Poems

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As we stated Monday, The release event for Tim’s new chapbook is tomorrow, 30 January, 2014, at The Crown in Baltimore, Maryland. For more details, visit the the Facebook event page. Don’t miss it!… Continue reading

New Year. New Work.

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After a long winter break riddled with polar vortices, Industry Night is back and ready for another year of literary work. Most of us spent the last few months huddled inside our homes… Continue reading

Settling in for the Long Winter

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Like you all, our team here at Industry Night is scattered to the four winds during the month of December: sometimes for work, sometimes for family, sometimes beneath a massif of snow. Because… Continue reading

Serkan Engin — Broken Apprentice

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Broken Apprentice Serkan Engin I have made my heart a hammer but could not repair the structure of my being. My master spews forth his feelings lowly to me, he expends my youth… Continue reading

Call for Submissions – December 2013

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We want to publish your work. We want to help you share. We are looking for previously unpublished creative writing of the highest quality. This includes your best literary work: traditional, experimental or… Continue reading

Jennifer Luckenbill — What I Didn’t Learn in College

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What I Didn’t Learn in College Jennifer Luckenbill If my cover letter and resume were a poem, I’d turn the opening paragraph into a list of recent recipes, Green Chicken Chili, Brown Butter… Continue reading

Peter Cardamone — 495 (Life’s Work)

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459 (Life’s Work) Peter Cardamone MY Work life’s my hell, not heaven. Some days under open clouds, you have to arrive killing the night exactly on time. Praying to see the faint light… Continue reading

Michelle Dwyer — Laundromat Joe

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Laundromat Joe Michelle Dwyer Joe is an old school guy who wears a lot of hats: Laundromat Veteran, Volunteer Firefighter, former Baltimore City Police Officer, and Mortician by trade. He tells me about… Continue reading