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Issue #19 – Writers Create: A Winter Makers’ Fair

When Kate Hammerich and I began cahoodaloodaling, we set out with some vague notion of the direction we would go—always towards and never away Read the full letter from the editor.

Writers Create Cover

Editor’s Spotlight: Flood by Molly Rideout

Call It Postmodernism by Sarah Bates & Dustin Michael

The Animation Room by Linda Kennedy

What’s Hidden by Lynn Hoffman

Giving Chocolate Raspberry Sauce: The Season to Give by Clinton Siegle

Brown Tissue Moth by Carrie Albert

Collage Undresses the Darkness by Bill Wolak

Unreadable by Allen Crawford

Circadian by Leonard Kogan

The Universe by Carol Smallwood

Fold and Gather by T.A. Noonan

Shirley Xu Interviews Cristiana Leone, Creator of Sunken

Rachel Nix Interviews Amanda Oaks of Words Dance

Our guest editor M. Mack is a genderqueer poet, editor, and fiber artist in Virginia. Ze is the author of the chapbooks Traveling (Hyacinth Girl Press, 2015) and Imaginary Kansas (dancing girl press, 2015), and the forthcoming collection Theater of Parts (Sundress Publications, 2016). Ze is a founding co-editor of Gazing Grain Press. Find hir at: mxmack.com.


Issue #14 – The Animal Becomes Us

Play Editor’s Letter


Cover Image by Jenny Schukin

Guest Editor Spotlight:
Lucky Cat
by N. West Moss

Art, Poetry, & Literature

by Jenny Schukin

by Elaine Wang

Among the Animals
by Susannah Carlson

An Old Dog Teaches My Dog to Swim
by Elizabeth Johnston

From Leave of Absence
by Sally Deskins & Laura Madeline Wiseman

Whale Song @ 52 Hz
by William James

What Toast
by M. Mack

Quanta Smears
by Robert Bharda (Ward)

Great Blue Heron
by Martin Elster

Brazen Bull
by Melinda Dubbs

The Color of Tarsiers
by Clinton Crockett Peters

by Natalya Sukhonos

Creative Spark
By Luis Sanchez Saturno

Bonus Free Download: Morgan Bears Up
by Donald Dewey

Book Reviews

Temporary Champions
by Darren C. Demaree

Don’t Forget Me, Bro
by John Michael Cummings

About Our Guest Editor
KristinKristin Nehs grew up tangled between Tennessee and Florida and has the Dollywood memorabilia and sawgrass scars to prove it. She holds an MFA from Oregon State in one hand and a cello in the other. Her interests include sordid human affairs and pontificating. In her spare time she wrangles cats.