Hailey Foglio: We Are All Here

Hailey Foglio was one of the contributors in our Summer 2017 Issue. She has graciously allowed us to reprint her short story here. We Are All Here “I wish someone would write something important on these.” Val runs his gloved fingers along crooked shapes carved into the bark of an oak tree. Kat + Mike […]

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Hiram Larew: Lucky

Hiram Larew is one of the featured poets in our Summer 2017 Issue. He has graciously allowed us to reprint his poem here.  Lucky I’ve never been able to add right Somehow for me one plus one turns into black wavy hair And all the stars up there—they just become Eyes glancing down. Even as […]

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Clarinda Harris: Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Clarinda Harris is one of our featured poets in the Summer 2017 issue. She has graciously allowed us to reprint her poem here.  Sorcerer’s Apprentice “I asked for water, boy; you’ve brought me beer.” —Attributed to Mrs. Siddons, ca. 1850 Here comes my man playing man-servant, bringing me a pretty wineglass full of milk. the […]

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