Monday, October 28, 2019

David Cranmer


Slouching on the edge of the bed
A knife in Joe’s hand

A placeholder marking time

The wind pounds against Joe's house
Pounding against Joe’s nerves

Anxiety, depression disturbs

Ann lays to the other side
Swathed in red

Another life's work cast away

A poet of no original discernibility
A knife on the bed

Fallen from the palm of Joe’s hand

Gerald So reads "The Fuse is Burning":

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David confesses: "Some will read a killing has happened, and they should, though perhaps, there's more bubbling about—another story beneath the surface."

DAVID CRANMER is the editor of the BEAT to a PULP webzine and whose own body of work has appeared in such diverse publications as Needle: A Magazine of Noir, LitReactor, Macmillan’s Criminal Element, and Chicken Soup for the Soul. He's a dedicated Whovian who enjoys jazz and backgammon. He can be found physically in scenic upstate New York where he lives with his wife and daughter, and he can be found virtually on Twitter @BEATtoaPULP.

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