Author Archives: Benjamin Buchholz

Benjamin Buchholz

Benjamin Buchholz is an Army Officer now studying the Near East at Princeton. He has worked in Iraq and recently lived with his family in Oman. His scribblings have appeared at Opium, Antimuse, The 2River View, Dislocate, Tryst, Tarpaulin Sky, Infantry Magazine, Annetna Nepo, Storyglossia and other venues. His first novel "One Hundred and One Nights" just came out in December from Little, Brown's Back Bay imprint. A collection of his poems and short tidbits called "13 Stares" is also available from Magic Helicopter Press. He writes the Middle East culture commentary blog

Lovely Theater

Blue Eye

nothing linear for the learned, no betters, none worse, no caste, but processing, there’s only 10 kinds of people in the world, the on-off switch fires or doesn’t fire for them, the on-off switch doesn’t exist…

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Disney and the Erotic Art of Dying

Joe made plans earwhispering elsewhere with hands in her back bluejean
pockets finding his, his what?, what were we looking for afterall
those barlikely nights?

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