Foxes are the new owls are the new bluebirds. I forget to miss you, forget to pine or oak or beech you. Nothing is fashionable anymore except jewelry that might electrocute or a craft hour where you build a pipe bomb. Flannel, bagels and cappuccinos are a time capsule back to feminism— but I still […]
ANNE BARNGROVER is a PhD candidate in Poetry at University of Missouri.
There are worse things to count than failures. Pink and taut, a slab of meat twitches in the crockpot like a gymnast’s muscle. Tonight I parse the cook time by redness. When it’s the color of my lips, it’s time to pour the Wild Turkey and bash in the spider webs. In heels I can […]
Issue 7 Winter 2013 DAVID ABRAMS is the author of Fobbit (Grove/Atlantic), a New York Times Notable Book for 2012. It was also selected as both an Indie Next pick and for the Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers program. His short stories have appeared in Esquire, Narrative, Salon, Electric, Literature, Salamander, Connecticut Review, Five Chapters, […]
FEATURED ARTIST Glenn Brady It’s All Feel, My Dear INTERVIEWS M. C. Armstrong interviewed by David Bowen A Dragon in the Hollow Kelly Davio interviewed by Michael Schmeltzer Feeding One Another Andrew Hudgins interviewed by Okla Elliott Nothing Human Is Foreign to Laughter Stephen Kuusisto interviewed by Okla Elliott A Multiplicity of Visions George Saunders […]