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Issue Two

~Previous Issue~ Summer 2019 PoetryAvery M. GuessDacia HollidayChip LivingstonJuan MoralesValerie Wetlaufer Visual PoetryJessy Randall FictionThirteen ~ Ryan BradfordAt Work ~ Steven DunnKiss Me ~ Kathryn KuitenbrouwerUp in Light ~ Daniel Takeshi KrauseBigger, 21st Century, & Yellow ~ Hillary Leftwich Non-Fiction On Seventeen in Appalachia ~ Rachel M. HansonErasure ~ Casandra LopezHaunted ~ Jennifer ManaliliPeregrination ~ […]

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Steven Dunn Interview

On Diverse Storytelling: Blown to BitsAn interview with Steven Dunn by Tanner Haughn Shortlisted for Granta magazine’s “Best of Young American Novelists,” Steven Dunn is the author of two novels from Tarpaulin Sky Press: water & power (2018) and Potted Meat (2016), which was co-winner of the 2015 Tarpaulin Sky Book Prize and finalist for […]

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Jessy Randall

Jessy Randall’s previous books include the poetry collections Suicide Hotline Hold Music, Injecting Dreams into Cows, and A Day in Boyland (a finalist for the Colorado Book Award). Her poems, comics, and other things have appeared in Poetry, McSweeney’s, and Best American Experimental Writing. She is the Curator of Special Collections at Colorado College, where she teaches a class in The […]

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Diane Seuss Interview

Diane Seuss: Matriarchy of MemoryAn interview with Tara Labovich Diane Seuss is the author of three poetry collections. Wolf Lake, White Gown Blown Open is the winner of the Juniper Prize for Poetry, and Four-Legged Girl was a finalist for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry. Her most recent book, Still Life with Two Dead […]

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On Seventeen in Appalachia

On Seventeen in AppalachiaRachel M. Hanson I stepped out of the house at dusk, still able to see shrub oaks thinned out for winter, fame flower dead on the ground, dunn clay so wet the smell of it seemed settled in my skin. At my back, pastures spread far, darkened where dairy cows huddled for […]

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Haunted

HauntedJennifer Manalili The house that sits on 4344 Marcia Court in San Diego is a fake. A phantom house. I know this because I used to live there. I witnessed its metamorphosis. I watched it shed paint like a caterpillar, transforming from a tacky, yellow and brown checkerboard wallpaper, to an even more flamboyant too-bright-like-the-skin-of-Homer-Simpson-yellow. […]

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Kiss Me

Kiss MeKathryn Kuitenbrouwer “And to die is different from what any one supposed, and luckier.” — Walt Whitman, Leaves of Grass She’s standing there, waving, and saying, “Good-bye,” and all the while, she’s thinking, Kiss me, kiss me, kiss me, kiss me, and she can feel the tears streaming down her face, despite the fact […]

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Chip Livingston

Los Santos de la República There have been so many gods I’ve lovedMy sex is devoted and dedicated to ErosExcessive examinations religious and secular There are so many gods to loveInterpreting exaltations celestial, sexualA musing of muses as saints feast and famine The miracles witnessed as corporal mammonMy text is devotion, dedication to ErosThere are […]

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Up in Light

Up in LightDaniel Takeshi Krause We had to take a step, hold a pose, take a step, hold a pose, on and on like that to get anywhere.  It was like pouring glass.  Standing in someone’s home like a misplaced garden statue, watching the dust settle, it was hard not to think about who might’ve […]

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