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Issue #20 – Trigger Warning

 

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noun: A brief statement alerting a reader, listener, or viewer
to troubling or traumatic content ahead.

Because of the triggering content of this issue, we have published it as a PDF, which you are welcome to redistribute in its entirety. To download and read the issue, click on the image above. Take your time. Practice self care. Be well.

Thank you to our contributors and everyone who submitted for your immense bravery and honesty, and your willingness to share such intensely personal and often painful experiences with us. We are deeply honored.

Featuring work by: Eunice Andrada, Allison Austad, Elliott batTzedek, Heather Bell, Majnun Ben-David, Eleanor Leonne Bennett, Tomas Bird, Emma Bleker, Carl Boon, Imaani Cain, Marina Carreira, Lisa D. Chavez, Hannah Clark, Martha Clarkson, Ryder Collins, Cameron Conner, Melina Coogan, Krista Cox, Vanessa Crofskey, Sally Deskins, Marta Djekic, Liz Dolan, Tyler Earls, Kari Ann Ebert, Melissa Eleftherion, Samantha Fortenberry, Siaara Freeman, Kate Garrett, Karolyn Gehrig, David Gillette, Karrie Higgins, Sophia Jakab, Janne Karlsson, Norman Klein, Dorian Kotsiopoulos, Katia Kozachok, Shawn LaSota, Lili Leader-Williams, MANDEM, JM Miller, Lakshmi Mitra, Jennifer Parks, Dustin Pearson, Simon Perchik, Alison Rumfitt, Michael Russell, Barbara Ruth, Carla Sarett, W. Jack Savage, Elaine Schleiffer, Marian Kaplun Shapiro, Rajendra Shepherd, Meghan Trask Smith, Anthony Spaeth, Meghan Sterling, Carissa L. Stevens, Mary Stone, Ani Tascian, Anne Thériault, AJ Urquidi, Clementine von Radics, Elaine Wang, Sam Herschel Wein, Jerry Wemple, and Scott Wozniak.

 

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Meggie

 

Meggie Royer is an artist and writer from the Midwest. She is the founder of literary magazine Persephone’s Daughters and has had poems in Words Dance, The Harpoon Review, and more. In 2013, she won the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards’ gold medal for poetry and the silver medal for her writing portfolio. She was also an Honorable Mention recipient of the 2015 Academy of American Poets Student Poetry Prize. Read our interview with Meggie.

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2014 Nominations

 Pushcart Nominations

Lucky Cat
by N. West Moss

Changeling
by Kate Garrett

A Practical Guide to Building and Maintaining an Office Relationship
by Karen Jakubowski

Ritual
by Elaine Wang

An Old Dog Teaches My Dog to Swim
by Elizabeth Johnston

Dark Spot
by Aaron Z Hawkins

Best of the Net Nominations

Little Yellow Horses
by Neil Ellman

Senior Citizens at the Retirement Center Discuss John Ashbery’s “More Reluctant”
by Faith Paulsen

Anaïs Nin. A Poem. Unread.
by m.f. nagel

Grit in Your Eyes
by Stephanie Valente

Man in the Moon
by Camille Griep

 

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Issue #12 – The Repeat Review

 

Editor’s Note

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Guest Editor’s Spotlight:
Dark Spot
by Aaron Hawkins

What Emily Said
by Katherine Ringley

For Mama
by Tony Brown

A Practical Guide to Building and Maintaining an Office Relationship
by Karen Jakubowski

A Blazing Hat
by Ronald Ray

Neon Collision
by Chrystal Berche

Changeling
by Kate Garrett

Saugus, Embassy of the 2nd Muse
by Tom Sheehan

The Eyes in Our House
by Kim Peter Kovac


About Our Guest Editor
Natalie EastonNatalie Easton is a poet from Connecticut. She is our “repeat” editor, from Issue #7 – Family. Her work has appeared at Up the Staircase Quarterly, Foundling Review, and is forthcoming at Rust + Moth. Her chapbook, The Leavings, will be available soon from Crisis Chronicles Press. You can find her at www.natalieeaston.com.

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