This Week on Babbling of the Irrational

For the week of July 10th–

Harry Ricciardi returns with a directionless moment in time in “It’s Too Late to Get Anything Done”

“I Miss Those Days”, a short story by Sophira Bradford, glances back at a time since past

Life, death, and everything in between is explored in Annarose Bottos’s “Living to Die & Dying to Live”

Natalia Vargas-Caba responds to a work of literature in “Conjugations of the Earth”

Safiyyah Abdelhak Motaib’s micropoetry continues in “Books”

If you are interested in seeing your work featured on Babbling of the Irrational, check out our submissions page.

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