The fire swayed and dodged the men.
When they smacked at the fire, it jumped.

Michael Chitwood, "The Elements Will Have Their Way" from Issue 8

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Spring #24

Feature: Tony Hoagland on: The Wild, the Cold, the Unknown

FICTION

Alan Sincic
The Deluge

Nicole Hebdon
Real Things

Jennifer Christman
Weanie Tender, PO

Robert Hinderliter
Coach O

Shauna Mackay
Here Comes Happy

NONFICTION

Kyle Minor
The Uber Diaries

POETRY

Dan Wiencek
My Hometown, the Hypothetical Guided Tour

Danusha Lameris
Trouble
Bird

C.W. Emerson
Stopover on a Road Trip to L.A., 1981

Suzanne Lummis
We Have Got to Get Out of L.A.

Anne Starling
To Inscribe

Emily Sernaker
Asking for a Friend

Karen Benning
Thing-Poem After the Social
Event

Christopher Brean Murray
Talking
Merriweather

Catherine Carter
Happy Lamp

Peter Krumbach
Soulmates

Faith Shearin
Box in a Closet

Kirsten Abel
On the Ferry from Victoria to
Port Angeles
Calling Annie Oakley

George Kalogeris
Calchas Reading the Signs

David Kirby
Europeans Wrapping
Knickknacks

Brock Guthrie
My Father Visits Not Long After
My Mother (His Wife Twenty
Years Ago) Dies

 

POETRY (continued)

Alan Shapiro
Leaf Blower
Hole in One
Closer

W. J. Herbert
Bay Sunday

Arlyce Menzies
Stateline Lake

Pamela Davis
The Petrified Man

Craig van Rooyen
Ode on a Midlife VW
Interstate 5 Ode
Ode to My Backyard Gopher
Costco Ode

Lisa Bellamy
Naked, Fierce, Yelling Stone
Age Grannies
Our Fathers

Chrys Tobey
Moo
Cockadoodledoo

Theresa Burns
Women in Treatment

Linda Hillringhouse
Calculations

Molly Minturn
An Education

Owen Doyle
Wex in Totus Taggle

Abby E. Murray
At the Wives' Coffee

Jeff Walker
Language Immersion

Tony Hoagland
The Missing Friendship Network

Linda Bamber
The Blackbird Whistling
Trees in March
Mango Languages

David Brendan Hopes
Near the Campo Aponal, on My
Father's Birthday

 


 

 

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FEATURE

Tony Hoagland
The Pursuit of Ignorance: The Challenging Figuration of Not Knowing

The Power of Coldness

The Wild Life of Metaphor: Prehensile, Triangulating, Insubordinate