Contributions by Gary Fincke

Issue 29 | Spring 2022

Dairy Farms

By | Nonfiction

I owned an Omni once, a car so unreliable I carried quarts of oil like passengers. Worse, I was afraid to leave it parked outside on a rainy day for fear it wouldn’t start. Which means the morning was clear when I allowed that car to rest beside a field where dozens of dairy cows grazed among a scattering of discarded Omnis, confirming a friend’s late-night, beer-soaked story.

Issue 21 | Winter 2019

A Brief History of the Soft Drink

By | Poetry

In chapter one, the history / of the soft drink, Joseph Priestly, / who discovered oxygen, lived / near here.