Issue 10 Summer 2016 TERRY ADAMS has poems in Poetry, Ironwood, The Sun, Witness, College English, The Painted Bride Quarterly,and elsewhere. He MCs poetry events at the Beat Museum in San Francisco and in La Honda, California. His first collection, Adam’s Ribs, is available from Off The Grid Press. He rescued from oblivion and lives in Ken Kesey’s infamous 1960s cabin in La Honda, California. ALICIA […]
Susan Lynn Solomon
SUSAN LYNN SOLOMON lives and writes in Niagara Falls, NY. Her story, “Sabbath,” published in a Kindle edition of Prick of the Spindle, was nominated for Best of the Net. “Kaddish,” a short memoir, was published in The Tampa Review Online. Her story, “Abigail Bender,” was an honorable mention in a Writers’ Journal short romance competition (2007). Her recent publications include “Ginger Man” (Imitation Fruit 2012), “Elvira” (Imitation Fruit 2013), “Second Hand” (Literary Juice 2012). “Ginger Man” and “Second Hand” have been reprinted in the short story anthology, Queen City Flash. Other stories have appeared in earlier editions of the online journals Imitation Fruit and Literary Juice, and in Sunstorm Fine Arts Magazine. She has written the text for a book containing the works of the artist, José Royo. Her essay, “Walking the Paper Trail,” has been quoted in court cases, and cited in law journal articles.
I flew to Florida because Laura, my cousin, my best and only friend, insisted I had to. The family was gathering for her mother’s funeral. I didn’t want to go—trembled when I thought of the ghosts waiting at the cemetery. Ghosts of my past were better left interred. But Laura dug her heels into my […]
EDITORS’ INTRODUCTION Chase Dimock & Amy King LGBT Writing and the 21st Century FEATURED ARTIST Kelli Connell Double Life NONFICTION Alicia Anderson Nichts passiert in München (Nothing Happens in Munich) Consuelo Arias From New York City to Mar Chiquita: Evocations of a Singular Friendship Merrill Cole The Blond Sheep David Eye Messages from Howard Tyler […]