Current Issue

ISSUE ELEVEN, FALL 2018

 POETRY


CARL ADAMSHICK
Loop
Two Things in a Day

LANA BELLA
Augury
How Much of Touch is Memory?
White Lace Over Clover Leaf

MARK ANTHONY CAYANAN
Poems from I Look at My Body and See the Source of My Shame: Ecstasy Facsimile

HAYAN CHARARA
February 14, 2015
Some Sentences

EMILY CORWIN
Bric-a-Brac
Paroxysm
Training Module

RYLER DUSTIN
A Woman Explains the Presence of Bison
Poorly Possessed
Wandering Poem

P.K. HARMON
Evacuation
Lost Property
Whale

LANA DEAN HELM
I Will Never Eat Pulpo—
Postcard to the Octopus
The Tentacle

SY HOAHWAH
Skin Petals

NII AYIKWEI PARKES
Defences
First Cry
Gridlock

TC TOLBERT
From Amending/Amen(d)s

MELISSA TUCKEY
Medicine
Portrait of a Woman Artist
Sixth Grade

MITSUKO TAKAYASU translated by TOSHIYA KAMEI
May Landscapes

 

 EXPERIMENTAL & HYBRID


JEFFERSON NAVICKY
The Bloody Foot

DANIEL PAUL
Amateur Couple
Under New Management

ANDREW RIHN
Tyson Vs. Nelson
Tyson Vs. Spain
Tyson Vs. Jaco

LINDSAY GRAHAM
Godhead
Takers
Temperance

KATHY LOU SCHULTZ
Demon on Wheels

EMILY TOWNSEND
The Commissure of Astigmatism: Visions that Fail to Coalesce

PARKER YOUNG
FLO-RITE
My Idea for a Building Plus One Joke
Possessed Roommate

 

 FICTION


TABATHA HIBBS Winner of the Miracle Monocle Editors' Award for Emerging Writers
Cat Call

IAN HILGENDORF
Beneath the Screen’s Fold

SEAN MCGINTY
Chinese New Year

EDWARD PORTER
My Black Friend

BROOKS REXROAT
Beautiful Things

RACHELE SALVINI
The Picnic on the Beach

LISA SRISURO
Missing and Beloved

KEVIN RICHARD WHITE
Bouncy Ball

A.R. WILHELM
Isabel and the Spider

 

 CREATIVE NONFICTION


JESSE DONALDSON
Quarantine

JASON EMDE
The Afternoon Fighter

JENNIFER GLASER
(An Ambivalent) Recommendation Letter: Matriarchy

JENNIFER LANG
The World Fell At Our Feet

CHLOE MANCHESTER
Reify, Sanctify

MIREYA VELA
Touch: Tocar

SCOTT WILSON
A Canticle for Commerce

 

 AMBITIOUS STUDENT WRITERS


CARRIE CLOSE
Thursdays Are for Therapy

LAUREL DIXON
Barbie Girl

INDIGO HABEL Winner of the Miracle Monocle Award  for Ambitious Student Writing
If A Tree Falls in the Forest

LAURA HOFFMAN
The Nest

HARRY PLYMELL
The Patriarchy Said to a Trans Boy, “Smile Baby”

 

 VISUAL ART


BRADY ALEXANDER Cover Artist
Sunlight’s Wrath

GHADA CHAMMA
Eclipse

JURY S. JUDGE
Toys in the Hippocampus

MARTHA NANCE
Love, in the Process of Shredding
Malevolence
Pink Establishes Itself in a Blue Landscape

SYA REED
Blue Fern
My Favorite Color
Bloodstained