Fall/ Winter 2014
There’s a particular joy in releasing this issue, as we locate a sense of continuity with the fifty-odd issues that came before it.
FICTION by JENNIFER GENEST
He’s yours now. You can do this. Start simple.
POEM by EMILY GOODMAN MEANS
Yielding to nor enduring nor in finite measure
FICTION by J. ROBERT LENNON
He’d envy your parfait, revile the second helping; he maundered through his rap song about palm trees.
POEM by ALICIA WRIGHT
Like Frida, I want to be inside your darkest everything.
POEM by CHARLES GABEL
The pale deer is a dead thing.
POEM by CHEN CHEN
Has Chen Chen returned? & if not, when will he?
NONFICTION by Aimée Baker
My brother believes his body is inhabited by the devil.
REVIEW by DYLAN KRIEGER
Who founded this particular historical prison? Who is the torturer? Who is to blame?
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