“My sense of the universe is a secret as much as it is a threat. I lock eyes with strangers, their faces a green flash, a series of accidents.”
Excerpt taken from ‘Planet Nine’ by Natalie Eilbert.
I was a child. I didn’t need to know.
Poetry & Nonfic. from Brianna Albers
The scripted sky, a leftover light.
Poetry from Kristin Berger
If That Burns a Bridge …
Every emotion slows through winter.
Poetry from A. Buchanan & B. Piller
Stepping Over My Shadow …
Under the surface of the words we form.
Poetry from Adam Clay
There’s a sense here anything can happen.
Nonfiction from Jenn Dean
There is beauty between the feathers of a bird.
Poetry from Natalie Eilbert
Mangroves / Sea Cow’s Bay
The mangrove’s roots rise like reaching arms.
Poetry from Richard Georges
The Girl (…) Runs Away
Her song sounds like the one you taught her.
Poetry from Jennifer Givhan
The Color of a Bolivar
It simply felt like a reminder of the injustice.
Fiction from Cameron Green
A kind of wildness descends …
Make of me your groveling tongue.
Poetry from Taylor Johnson
My Grandfather Visits Pyongyang
In some perspectives he’s already gone.
Poetry from Theophilus Kwek
What we didn’t know: how it felt to be rescued.
Poetry from Cameron A. Lawrence
Made of seams and a succession of hungers.
Poetry from Shireen Madon
I called it a type of freedom.
Poetry from M’Bilia Meekers
An Interview with
I can’t imagine feeling satisfied, for better or worse.
Feature from Maggie Nelson
To Be a Woman on a Train
I wanted to know that I could protect.
Poetry from Xandria Phillips
You thought then you knew the cold.
Poetry from Raena Shirali
Deputy on a Texas Prairie
He gunned down our violet stars.
Poetry from Sophia Terazawa
Tell me about the momentum behind motives.
Poetry from Terrell Jamal Terry
I wonder if when the world ends, I’d rather be alone.
Nonfiction from Steffan Triplett
Panther Gets Loose
The panther liberated himself.
Poetry from Candace Williams