Winter 2021 Issue Launch

We may not be able to gather in person, but we’re still thrilled to celebrate the launch of our new issue. The Winter 2021 issue features work from fourteen incredible poets, four short stories, five creative nonfiction pieces, and original artwork from photographer s.e.a.

The new issue is available in print or as a digital file. Get your copy today!

In lieu of an in-person reading, several of the contributors featured in this issue shared videos of themselves reading their work. Enjoy our virtual launch, and stay safe and healthy. We look forward to gathering with you again in person!

Our new editor, Chelsea Lemon Fetzer, introduces the Winter 2021 issue.
Featured artist Suzanne E. Abramson, or s.e.a., discusses her photography featured in the issue.
Poet Grace Cavalieri reads her poems “Tomato Pies, 25 Cents”, “This Poem Is Asking for Your Love”, and “Safety”.
Pete Fortenbaugh reads from his short story “Inheritance”.
Catherine Esther Cowie shares her poem “Still Singing Even Without Faith in the Universe”.
Jihoon Park reads from his short story “The Suspended Boulder”.
Mary Beth Stuller dedicated her reading of “The Blurred Lines of Work Life and the Beagle that Binds Them” to her students at Hereford High School.
David Bergman reads his poem “The Man Who Could Carry a Tune”.
Alyssa Cruz shares her poem “Bed Hog”.
Madison Durand reads her essay “Brave Iguana People Only Love Acid Rain”.
Elyse Thomas performs her poem “Vignette of a Puerto Rican Summer”.

Order your copy of the Winter 2021 issue today and get ready for cozy winter nights of reading.

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