SPRING / SUMMER 2015
Table of Contents
It’s been a momentous year, with the publication of our 30th anniversary anthology, and, fittingly, what follows is an issue of celebration—
NONFICTION by ERIC TRAN
That I found him, my lover ghost or half-beast, in the heart of the maze
POETRY by PETER GIEBEL
the waves were the waves that were a thousand years ago
FICTION by PETAR RAMADANOVIC
How hard it is to disembowel a corpse, she says with a sigh.
POETRY by MICHAEL HURLEY
The termites can sense a candle through concrete, / and so you whisper lightless.
FICTION by KELLI JO FORD
Seemed God himself was turning North Texas into the Sahara right before our very eyes.
POETRY by ELIZABETH HOOVER
Can you make this cellbody, boneboney, tunebody, membrane body, wind body, wingbody?
POETRY by NANDINI DHAR
These are all we inherit: a chill in the bones, / rust-shaped disappointments, petrified belongings.
POETRY by Nicola Preuss, Jennifer Deschner, and Arin Prejean
Soak your skin in milk / to get rid of your South / and become a compass.
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