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Year III, Number 15, August 2018

A WOMAN’S PLACE by Janel Brubaker

HIS YOUTH by Steve Coughlin 

AN ASCENT: CONSIDERING THE SHADOWS OF A STONE STAIRCASE
by A. M. Palmer

FADED by  Victoria Endres  
 
PERCY SHELLEY’S POETRY by Matthew Ross 

CRAIG by Shirley Palmerton 

DOLPHINS, AS A METAPHOR by Justine Cadwell 

 

Year III, Number 14, July 2018

WHEN LOVE WAS A STORY WORTH TELLING by Mathieu Cailler

DANCING WITH MY MOTHER by Nancy Nau Sullivan

IN LOVE AND WAR by Dufflyn Lammers

OF KIEV, COWS, AND COUNTRY FOLKS by John Walters

THROUGH THE FOG OF TIME by  Jeffrey James Higgins

DOES BURKE MATTER by Judson Blake

LIFE JACKET by Leslie Tucker 

MOTHERS by Beth Mead 

FRIDA KAHLO, BARBIE OR BARBADA by Emily Peña Murphey 

A LOST VIOLIN, A LAST LETTER HOME by Mike Dillon

LIVING IN AND BEYOND THE WORLD by L. S. Hope

THE LAST VISIT by Debra Neumann 

ON LOSING THINGS by Serene Jansen 

 

Year III, Number 13, May 2018

THE PHILOSOPHY OF IRONY IN GREEK CULTURE by Dimitra Tsourou

HE LOVES ME, HE LOVES ME NOT by Michele Sprague  

KINDER-WHORE by Deanna M. Lehman

THE EIGHTIES by  Betty J. Sayles 

THE HOWL OF AN AMERICAN PSYCHO by Vanya Suchan 

FAKE PEOPLE ARE THE BEST ONES by Cassie Follman 

DERELICT by Allen Long 

 

Year III, Number 12, April 2018

THE BEAUTY OF THE MUSIC by Carol Fixman

UNIFORMS by Nancy Gendimenico 

ON SIDEKICKS by Robert Wexelblatt 

DELIVERIES by Carol Crawford 

TOY GUN AND VIDEO GAME PLAY by Mary Bonina 

HOMELESS by Fabrizia Faustinella  

COMPETITION by Sylvia Semel  

ENTERTAINMENT by Donald Dewey 

TITAN by Elliott Vincent Flood 

TRACK CHANGES by Sydney Samone Wright


Year III, Number 11, January 2018

ANXIETY, TIME, AND BEING PRESENT IN THE MOMENT by Wally Swist 

ANXIETY & SYNCHRONICITY: LIVING IN THE REAL WORLD by Wally Swist

NIGHTTIME LANDSCAPES: A MEMORY OF IRIDESCENT GREEN
by A. M. Palmer 

BABY BROTHER by Kat Kiefer-Newman 

DEAL BETWEEN FRIENDS by Desirée Jung

ACORDO ENTRE AMIGOS by Desirée Jung

THE FIRST TELEVISION ON THE BLOCK by Anita Gorman

HUMBOLDT by Thomas Larsen 

DOGS, HOGS, AND SIGNS  by Bill Vernon

THE LOSS OF HER by Kimberly McElreath

STRANGERS by Jeff Bakkensen 

HURRICANE MOON by Tony Whedon 

LOOKS OF HAPPINESS by Frannie Gilbertson

CAPTURE HILL No. 49 by Allen Long

I HAVE COME HOME by Antonio Wong 

HALF OF SOMETHING by John Ballantine Jr. 

 

Year III, Number 10, November 2017

GRADUATE  by Robert Cardullo 

NORMAL by Gina Miller-Meinema 

A WILD CHILD by Pamela Carter

EMAIL TO A DEAD FRIEND by Doug Weaver
 
RESILIENT CHAINS by David Boyle 

NO TIME FOR TEARS by David Heath 

MIMI by Pam Munter 

TWENTY-SEVEN by Holley Hyler  

THE PAINS AND PRIZE OF REMEMBERING TIME by Angela Yurchenko 

 

Year III, Number 9, Volume One, September 2017

 

VIRTUAL PLAYGROUND: PLANET EARTH by Sarah A. Odishoo 

IDENTITY CARD by Kate McCorkle 

NEW BOY RULES by Joseph Eastburn 

SANTA CLARA RIVERLESS by Ellen T. Birrell  

WREAK OF THE COWBOY by Ellen T. Birrell   

SONS OF UNCONSCIOUS FATE by Gabrielle Morales  

WALKER by Olga Pavlinova Olenich 

IN THE COMPANY OF MEN, MUSCLE, AND MACHISMO by David Boyle

ASSOCIATIVE LEAPING by Lydia A. Cyrus 

LOLITA’S GLASSES by Carrie Bailey 

THE GOLD CHAIR by Rebecca Johnson 

 

Year III, Number 9, Volume Two, September 2017

 

BOOK COLLECTING AS A SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE by Fred White

UNDER THE GREENWOOD TREE by Jonathan McRay 

HUNGER PANGS IN AN AMERICAN HOME by Danielle Richardson 

THE CUT DOWN by Dalton Bryan Monk

TRAINS by Donna Stramella 

FIRST CLASS by Vern Fein 

GROWN-UP CHILD by Idalis Nieves 

THE WORLD’S SEXIEST TIME MACHINE by Dominic Laing 

BREEZE FACE by Ape Biggles

 

Year II, Number 8, July 2017

CRISIS HOSPITALIZATION DISCHARGE By James Buchanan 

THE MATHEMATICAL NATURE OF DINNER By Brendan Lau 

TAME THE DARKNESS INSIDE YOU Apoorva Purohit 

SUMMER 1961 By  John L. Stanizzi

ON PSEUDONYMS By Viswanath Gurram 

EXOTIC FLOWERS By Zac Pingle

A SHUT IN PLACE By Cameron Kenny

FAMILY PICTURES By Cassidy Senefelder

FIGHTING By Connor Fitzpatrick 

COAL DIRT By Susan Kay Will



Year II, Number 7, Volume I, June 2017

“THE TRUTH OF BEING AS NON BEING”
A Search for Truth within a Limited Perception - By Lauren Bush

HANDBOOK – By John P. Midkiff

THE CRYING THRESHOLD – By Emma Fuhs 

IMPRESSIONS FROM THE LAND OF VANISHED BEAUTIFUL THINGS
– By Stephen Mead

WE ARE THE BUFFALO – By Kaylynn Raschke
       
THE SHOW MUST GO ON – By  Sally Miller

THE BLUE-BLOODED PANTHER OF BANGALORE – By Brennen Fahy

STRINGS IN OUR HANDS – By Erin Conway

THE PRICE OF GINGER – By John Davidson

CICADAS - By Katy Major
 
SCREW, BUTTON, POTATO - By Jill Jepson




Year II, Number 7, Volume II, June 2017

THE COUNTRY OF THE PAST – By Michelle Cacho-Negrete

FALLING FROM GRACE -  By Ron McFarland

HYPERION – By Thomas N. Hackney

AUTOBIOGRAPHY – By Patrick Hahn

CLIMBING CROAGH PATRICK – By Ellie White

SHATTERED AT FIVE – By L. B. Boe

SOME THOUGHTS ON TRAVEL – By Royce Adams

SONOGRAM IN MEDIA RES – By Carla Arellano

SAN BERNARDINO – By Taylor Hall 




Year II, Number 6, March 2017

A INSIGNIFICÂNCIA DE SER UMA COISA – Rita de Kasia A. Amaral

UNDERWORLDS APART: A STORY FOR AILIE – By Mindy Watson

ABOUT FOOD – By Michelle Cacho-Negrete

MY FATHER – By Paul Petruccelli

BERKELEY REVISITED – By Alice Lowe

BAD SPELL – By Autumn Shah

AN EXTRAORDINARY WOMAN – By Patrick Hahn

UNSENT LETTER – By Holley Hyler

PARENTING REDUX – By Pam Munter

 

Year II, Number 5, December 2016

BEAT ON: A MEDITATION ON VIOLENCE, TEACHING, & PAPER MAKING, by Nika Cavat

COFFEE AND PRAYERS, by Caleb Dros

I AM A HILLWALKER by David McVey

IN THE INKY WHORL OF NIGHT by Chella Courington

WHAT DID YOU EXPECT by Chella Courington

MY SUMMER AS A RENT-A-COP by Joe Albanese

 

Year I, Number 4, September 2016

A DISSOLUÇÃO DO REGIMEN CAPITALISTA Por Teixeira Bastos (1897)

Year I, Number 3, June 2016

COMO E PORQUE SOU ROMANCISTA, Por José de Alencar (1873)

 

Year I, Number 2, March 2016

LOVE LETTERS TO EMOTIONALY UNAVAILABLE MEN (Essay) By Michelle Tin

VANISHING POINT (Memoir Excerpt) By Clara Roberts

 

Year I, Number 1, December 2015


SOME OF THE OLDEST KNOWN SURVIVING BOOKS


BEING CONSERVATIVE FROM A TO Z By S.R. Piccoli

A SECRET ULPAN IN THE COMMUNIST ODESSA By Anna Aizic

BETWEEN TWO HARBORS
Memoirs of a Catalina Island Harbormaster By Doug Oudin


 

 







 

 

 

     
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