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In His Own Mind. Acrylic on Paper by W. Jack Savage.
Q & A with Truth Thomas
FICTION | Once You Commit to Making the Perfect Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich by Erika Murdey
'If this is going to be truly perfect, the bread needs to be specified. If this sandwich is to be the peerless representation of all things peanut butter and jelly...'
POETRY | On the Trail to Wandawega Lake by Jean Berrett
'The sun falls everywhere over me.
My life is beginning
down under my feet.'
POETRY | The Pathos of an Attic by Sandy W.
'I rarely go up there anymore.
Too many shards and tatters
jutted out, like an obtusely ill-grown tooth
scraping the membrane
of my tender memories.'
PULP | Hope by Dan Burns
'She considered the bad year as the last child left her bus.'
POETRY | Autobiography by Rachel Joy Watson
'I’m like one of those toy boats that never'
POETRY | Advice from the Motel Room by Rachel Crawford
Every word of God is pure. Do not add to His words, lest He rebuke you, and you be found a liar.'
First published in 2011
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