Author: Dario

Drinking Hour, by Rin Baatz

Rosy, so rosy now. You tip the liquid fire down your throat and take the wheel. Nobody else is out. It’s dark for this time of day. It’ll be fine. It’s late. You’re running late. The wheel hurts your warm hands. Shaking, shivering, you take control. So far so good. You don’t notice how you […]

Untitled, by William C. Blome

  I safety-pinned my dome cap to the big de Kooning on the wall when no one around was looking, and you can’t tell me that blown-up woman isn’t instantly more modest, kind of the opposite of what happened to General Grant when the bluffs at Vicksburg quit being so steep. So I’ve known you […]

Changing of the guard (by Paul Beckman)

(this piece was previously published on our Medium channel, and is reposted here due to popular demand as part of our goal to promote great writing) — Lawrence “Lucky Larry” Lombardi 62, left to be with our Lord on May 8th, loving husband of Mary Lombardi for forty years passed suddenly while hooking up a […]

Our first issue is out.

When we set out to create Beautiful Losers, we didn’t know exactly what was happening – as with many great things, the beginning was humble. One year from our first piece published on our Medium channel, we look back, and we love what we see. We have two incredible issues of our magazines, Issue Zero and […]

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