[nap-kin] a small piece of cloth or paper, usually square, for use in wiping the lips and fingers and to protect the clothes while eating.

Disposable truth. The subconscious mind manifested in that moment when indifference becomes a roar and the desire to flee peaks. We want your napkin scribbles, your insights purified by the rough, eroding edges of culture. From that vinyl ripped barstool or the low hunched booth in your favorite diner, we want the doodles of your afterhour tragedy or your daytime inspirations.

Please send scans of your sacred napkin offerings to: with "napkin" in the subject line.