Table of Contents

Winter 2019
Poetry
 

Judith Askew

Early Spring

Ayşe Tekşen

Raining Dust

Birth of Hope

 

Holly Day

The Way We Move

Annie Blake

The Sun in the Sling

David Schimmelpfennig

António Enes, Mozambique, Dry Season 1974

 

Ken Tomaro

Fifty Percent Cotton

On This Particular Morning

Patti Swartz

The West Virginia Mine Wars 1900-1921: Cloris Duke
The West Virginia Mine Wars 1900-1921: Joseph Barlow
The West Virginia Mine Wars 1900-1921: Betty Barlow
The West Virginia Mine Wars 1900-1921: Rafe Johnstone

 

Vern Fein

The Helper

 

Tom Laichas

The Garden

Thomas Griffin

Getting Over Christ

Near Midnight in January

 

Mark Belair

Nighttime

 

Robert S. King

Shut In

 

Simon Perchik

"It has nothing to do with..."

"What has siphoned off the sun..."

 

S. B. Merrow

Eclipse

Konstantin Rega

After Breath

Patrick Erickson

Biometrics

Don Thompson

Spiritus Loci

In Loco Orationis

Zachary Gaskill

Love's Ouroboros

Anne Mikusinski

It Lasts Longer

 

Pat Anthony

Reading Margaret Atwood’s Snake Poems

 

Katherine L. Holmes

Puddle

In Apology

Mary Leonard

Revelation

The Devil is a Man

 

Carla McGill

Thinking of 9/11

 

Sarah Rehfeldt

November

N.B.  If you are reading the journal on a cell phone, line breaks for some of the poems will  be distorted.  

Art & Photography

Véronique Latimer

And the end and the beginning were always there

What might have been and what has been

Turning shape on transient beauty

Confluence

Time before and time after

Keith Moul

Rural 1

Rural 2

Rural 3

Rural 4

Essays

Michelle Cacho-Negrete

Moving

Fiction

Jack Millea

Free

Chad MacDonald

Them Banshees

JWM Morgan

My Father's Deliverance

Mir-Yashar Seyedbagheri

A Modular Tale

Digital Forum

Editor's Note; Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

 
 
Contributors

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What might have been and what has been

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