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Current Issue

Spring 2016


Spring2016

The Spring 2016 issue features an incredible collection of short fiction–including a story by National Book Award finalist Sara Zarr–alongside a strong selection of women’s voices in creative nonfiction. Rounding out the issue are some featured posts from the Relief blog, and many wonderful poems, diverse in both form and content. We’re excited to feature prominent writers among strong new voices.



Tania Runyan
The Question of Ambition

Daniel Bowman, Jr.
Editorial Statement


Poetry

Samuel Martin
The Cowards Too Have I Loved

Leslie Nielson
Genesis
Solidity
On Time
Home Delivery

Charnell Peters
B(l)ack to a PWI
Girls in Our Stomachs

Marjorie Stelmach
Self-Portrait with Lute Music

David Wright
Birthday Poem
Untitled Half Head of a Man in a Gallery
     Before a Field of Green
Listen, Mortal, You and I Are Not Prophets

Micah Yee
Humane at These Speeds

James E. Allman, Jr.
Redoubtable
Stump

Bethany Bowman
Communion
Baptism
Blue Lens
Butterfly

Thom Caraway
Advanced Practices in Weed Removal
Naming the Spiders
Post-Script on an Unsent Letter

Barbara Crooker
Peacock
Ireland

Evan Gurney
Monthly Haircut
Ex Nihilo


Creative Nonfiction

Wendy Bilen
The Lemon Tree

Angela Doll Carson
Second Person

Kylie Groat
In Defense of Smoking

Rebecca Martin
Prepare Yourself

Briana Meade
Me, My Mother

Emily Millikan
Tornado Season, Indiana 1997

Liz Boltz Ranfeld
Breathlessness

Alizabeth Worley
For My Father's Last Eye


Fiction

Paul Allison
Trick

Jessica Brown
Invisible Things

Adele Konyndyk Gallogly
Movement

Jacquelynn Price-Linnartz
Mud Runs Red

Sara Zarr
Train


From the blog

Jill Reid
Bookmarkings

William Coleman
Resistance

Adele Konyndyk Gallogly
Believing in Poetry

Tom Sturch
Beauty Inherent