Martha Perkins — Because death works

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Martha Perkins Because death works the night shift for $5.85, he doesn’t care if you want fries with that or if you left your wallet in the car. You will get ice in… Continue reading

Brief Observations

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Shortly before the advent of the summer here in Baltimore, i fell in love with haiku. And i mean giddy, half-an-hour-long-hugs type of love. By throwing myself at as much haiku i could… Continue reading

What We Read This Summer

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// As a writer, summer is a time to relax; explore experimental ideas without the pressures of deadlines. It’s a time to revisit old work, old critiques, and revise at my leisure. But… Continue reading

Jeffrey Hecker — Exit Interview: The Governor Morehead School Head Janitor

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Exit Interview: The Governor Morehead School Head Janitor by Jeffrey Hecker I already miss the letters C A C A pocket knifed in Times New Roman font upon every utility closet doorknob. The… Continue reading

Welcome to Industry Night, How Can We Help You?

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Welcome! Thanks for swinging by Industry Night. We are an emerging online literary publication based out of Baltimore, Maryland — Charm City. We’re focused on publishing literary work from, to, and about the… Continue reading

Call for Submissions

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Industry Night is a primarily online literary journal focused on work from, to, and about the service and hospitality industry. This theme is a guide, not a commandment. The journal is a place… Continue reading