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Issue 29 | Spring 2022

Inertia

By | Poetry

Where will we end up? Persistent hum of tires is our story, and eventually the color of each signpost has its meaning.

Issue 29 | Spring 2022

Long Beach Summer

By | Poetry

Before we’d been outside the islands of our shitty neighborhoods, we weren’t angry. Only when the sun beat down we dripped with sweat, revealed tanned chests in the backyard, and played the radio.

Issue 29 | Spring 2022

Self-Portrait as a Trout

By | Poetry

How often I have played the part of this poor fish skewered by a barbed hook it mistook for something benign

Issue 28 | Fall 2021

In the Cloud

By | Nonfiction

During the Pandemic, I’ve been locked down only a little more firmly than I had been living my sequestered, solitary life before.

Issue 28 | Fall 2021

Long Enough to Grieve: A Review of Tariq Luthun’s How the Water Holds Me

By | Book Review

Genevieve Hartman reviews How the Water Holds Me by Tariq Luthun

Issue 28 | Fall 2021

Dark Days and Bright Nights: A Review of Michael Simms’s Nightjar

By | Book Review

Jose Padua reviews Nightjar by Michael Simms

Issue 28 | Fall 2021

Three Card Spread

By | Poetry

As children, our cups were never full; we learned to build our own thrones out of sticks and mud from underneath the bent willow.

Issue 28 | Fall 2021

The Matrimonial

By | Poetry

An eagle seeks his nest after lifting up from the land with a groundhog having already fled from its body.