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Issue 26 | Fall 2020

Joanie, Lam: Blythewood, SC, 1990

By | Poetry

I liked the idea that I could make it go away  with words, but ultimately, they would find  nothing because I never wrote.

Issue 26 | Fall 2020

We Might as Well Light Something on Fire: Stories

By | Book Review

Mary Lynn-Giannakou reviews We Might as Well Light Something on Fire: Stories by Ron Maclean.

My Red Heaven

By | Book Review

Jeffrey Condran reviews My Red Heaven by Lance Olsen.

Issue 26 | Fall 2020

Confession

By | Nonfiction

Please forgive me. I need to be righteous, as righteous as possible.

Issue 26 | Fall 2020

The Unbearable Lightness of Marriage

By | Nonfiction

Sometimes I wake up in the morning, after battling the rough night demons, the detritus of their dark messages like sharp crumbs in my bed.

Issue 26 | Fall 2020

Sobbing and Shitting

By | Nonfiction

Oh, I know this poem is not about me. And I know my husband keeps secrets. I'm glad.

Issue 26 | Fall 2020

The Distance Beyond Sight

By | Book Review

A review of Susan Sailer's poetry collection The Distance Beyond Sight published by Main Street Rag Publishing Company, reviewed by Lori Wilson

Issue 26 | Fall 2020

Fearful Symmetry

By | Nonfiction

I tell myself love can happen for me like it did with Scully and Mulder. Every time the world separated them, they always managed to find a way back to one another, even across countries, space and time.