BOOK REVIEW | Once You Had Hands

review by: Caseyrenée Lopez    Once You Had Hands: Poems Tasha Golden Humanist Press Paperback & eBook 98 pages ISBN: 978-0-931779-58-9     I...

From the editors

I’d like to welcome you to Crab Fat Magazine’s Atheist Writers Issue! I’ll start by expressing my unending gratitude to the writers who submit...

Tiffany Grayson

Brambles, Buttress, Sky   “And what remains when disbelief has gone? Grass, weedy pavement, brambles, buttress, sky,” -“Church Going” by Philip Larkin &nbs...

Jacinta Clay

    Jacinta Clay is a student studying physics and literary arts at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. Her favorite emoticon is the winky face a...

Jan Ball

catholic rehab   My sister pulls the blankets under her chin as I feel I might explode from the radiator heat in this Catholic rehab facility but she’s had...

Angel Cezanne

A Loathsome Insect Over the Fire : Denying God for my Mental Health   After my parents left Akron Bible Church with a group of other parishioners disgusted...

Fox Emm

Everything Happens for a Reason   “Everything happens for a reason.” The words ricochet around your head each time you share your mother’...

Michael Harshbarger

How I Found My Life   I think existence is absurd. I think the love and connections we share with each other make life worth living. Critical, rational thi...

Dylan Sonderman

Omnillusion:   Even if I looked God in the face with my own mortal eyes…     I’d know it doesn’t exist   everything is made up of atoms and ...

Molly Kirschner

Against Predestination   Lacunas in clouds where the city peeks through, I’ve got a God’s-eye-view from this plane. I’m an atheist because the beauty is be...