The Summer 2014 issue, "Everything to Purpose," is available now.
With poems by Ace Boggess, Jennifer Campbell, Duane Caylor, Lillian Kwok, Mercedes Lawry, Brad Rose, Lee Sharkey, Noel Sloboda, Karin Spitfire, Brendan Walsh, and others.
Front Cover image: High Key by Paul Bonneau. Back Cover image: The Fog by Judy Taylor.
Photos by Chrystal Berche, Susanna Case, Peter Ingrasselino, Peter MacQuarrie, Tendai Rinos Mwanaka, Rose Swartz, and Kathy Weinberg.
David A. Rachlin: I Can Almost See the Clouds of Dust by Yu Xiang
Carl Little: Same Old Story by Dawn Potter
Gerald George: In Someone Else's House
by Christian Barter
Ellen Jane Powers: Tracing the Lines by Susanna Lang
Michael Brown: A Little Patch of Shepherd's-Thyme: Prose Passages of Thomas Hardy Arranged as Verse by Jonathan Bracker
Carl Little: What You Should Know: A Field Guide to Three Sisters Farm by Russell Libby
George Magoon: The Lobsterman's Dream by Larry D. Thomas with woodcuts by Clarence Wolfshobl
Alexis Beale won third place in the 2014 MCPL Teen Advisory Group Poetry Competition and will attend the University of Maryland in the fall.
Chrystal Berche often pairs three-minute gesture drawings with still life photography and creates a final image in Photoshop.
Ace Boggess is the author of two books of poetry: The Prisoners (Brick Road Poetry Press, 2014) and The Beautiful Girl Whose Wish Was Not Fulfilled (Highwire Press, 2003).
Paul Bonneau in 2011 was awarded first place in the Impressionism Landscape category by the jurors of the American Art Award.
Barbara Caceres completed a nonfiction writing program... More...
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