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Now Available! Volume 17, no. 1 - Spring/Summer 2020


Featuring new work from: Brock Clarke, Becky Hagenston, David Naimon, Paul Crenshaw, Kathy Fagan, Jennifer Saunders, and more!. Plus: an interview with Anders Carlson-Wee!

 

Announcing our 2020 Literary Award Winners!


We are pleased to announce the winners of our 2020 Literary Awards!

Poetry – Danielle Williams, for “A Walk on June 19,” “fa’ñague /fuh-nyah-ghee/”, and “Gospel”

Creative Nonfiction - Anna Winham, for “my mother // itch”

Fiction  - Alida Dean, for “The Off Season”

The winning works will appear in our Fall/Winter 2020-21 edition, due out in December 2020.

View our complete list of winners and honorable mentions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Featured Writer: Antony Dapiran


 watercolor painting of person holding umbrella in cloud of tear gas

Current Web Edition: Winter 2020


Featuring Dave Harrity, Michael Alessi, Kelsey Rexroat, Matt Muilenburg, Daniel Garcia, Aliza Ali Khan, Sue D. Burton, Candice Wuehle, Aimee Seu, Tom Kelly, Threa Almontaser, Mónica Gomery, Susan Comninos

Featured Writer: A. Kendra Greene


On Necropants: The Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft

an excerpt from The Museum of Whales You Will Never See

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