- “Old Men Playing Basketball,” by B.H Fairchild, Read by Matthew
- “To have without holding” by Marge Piercy, Read by Alexis
- “Always Something More Beautiful” by Stephen Dunn
- “Gods Secretary” by R.S Gwynn, Read by Leo
- “TODAY” by Billy Collins -Read by Kaimea
- “Nocturne” by Louise Gluck, Read by Douglas
- “God’s Secretary” by R. S. Gwynn, Read by Nico
- Ex Machina
- Hedgehog, by Paul Muldoon, read by Ocean
- My Brother the Artist, at Seven by Philip Levine, read by Rojo
- “Cartoon Physics, part 1” by Nick Flynn, Read by Karim Mansour
- “The World in the Evening” by Rachel Sherwood, Read by Ian
Her e-mail inbox always overflows.
Her outbox doesn’t get much use at all.
She puts on hold the umpteen-billionth call
As music oozes forth to placate those
Who wait, then disconnect. Outside, wind blows,
Scything pale leaves. She sees a sparrow fall
Fluttering to a claw-catch on a wall.
Will He be in today? God only knows.
She hasn’t seen His face—He’s so aloof.
She’s long resigned He’ll never know or love her
But still can wish there were some call, some proof
That He requires a greater service of her.
Fingers of rain now drum upon the roof,
Coming from somewhere, somewhere far above her.