21. Winter 2017: Prison

The Winter 2017 issue launched on January 22, 2017. 

You can order complete copies from the Individual Issues sales page. (Note that annual subscriptions are available online as well.)

Contents:

POETRY

PETER MARCUS — Black Light for Etheridge Knight

JIM REESE — Yoga on Death Row

JAMES CROAL JACKSON — Plane Delay

ASNIA ASIM — Waterboard

MEG EDEN — I Visit My Grandfather

KENDRA KOPELKE — The Wind Makes It Impossible

HOLLY DAY — The Storm

MACEO J. WHITAKER — Abe Lincoln Double Feature

SHIRLEY J. BREWER — I Am Marilyn Monroe’s Lipstick

ANN QUINN — To Be Opened

LEONA SEVICK — Virginia Is for Lovers

GRETCHEN PRIMACK — Ingrid (Visiting Room)

ANTHONY “AKEWI” BARNES — Me and My Younger Self

SEAN DENMARK — May 29, Santo Domingo

JOHN WILLSON — Ruhen

MICHAEL MARK — Schmattas

JOHN WALSER — Andromache in Bed

ART

LANIA D’AGOSTINO

NONFICTION

CYNTHIA GREER — Runaway

SONDRA CLAIRE — Missing

STEPHANIE GIBSON — A Space Redeemed

FICTION

BETH GILSTRAP — Fly the Car to Mars

SEAN PRENTISS — What I Know about Quantum Mechanics (the Uncertainty Principle)

MAO XIANG — Merely Barely Hardly Herely

JEREMY J. KAMPS — Locked Out

CAROL SOLOMON — Mother’s Day

TERRY SANVILLE — Simple Things

INTERVIEWS

SUSAN THORNTON HOBBY — An Interview with Chris Abani

STEPHANIE GIBSON — A Space Redeemed: A Conversation between Stephanie Gibson and Marietta Jaeger

ANN BRACKEN — An Interview with Betty May

PROFILE

TIM SINGLETON — Transformation and Compassion in the Work of Lania D’Agostino