Issue 28

Issue 28 2015 Prize Winners


Autobiography by Carla Hartenberger (Contest Winner)
Bystander by Jen Bergmark (Honorable Mention)
Dissolution by Michael O’Connor
Revealed in Splendor by Zacc Dukowitz
18 Hours in São Paolo by Toni Martin
Assisted Living by Louise Aronson
The Last of Its Kind by Carly Nugent
Open Your Heart by Gita Ralleigh
North, on Dizengoff by Jon Mozes
Sawdust by Dan Gemmer
Swimming by Kevin Scollan


I Must Have Been That Man by Adina Talve-Goodman (Contest Winner)
Torso by Leslie Absher (Honorable Mention)


Dysesthesia by Hannah Baggott (Contest Winner)
The Dinosaur Exhibit by Philip Cawkwell (Student Winner)
Damaged by Colby Cedar Smith (Honorable Mention)
Slowpoke by Christopher Robinson
The Holy by Carrie L. Krucinski
Imipramine – Inception by Danielle Mitchell
When the Young Widow Wins the Case for Her Lost Husband by Michele Lent Hirsch
Elephant (My Brother / My Hand) by Soren Stockman
Levi’s Bicuspid Valve by Kimberly Burwick
Out Back, Behind the Hospital by Steve Cushman
In the Next Booth at Village Inn by Ted Kooser
At Seventy-Five by Ted Kooser
The Toaster by Woods Nash
Two Men Walking a Breast (Or things that could give you cancer.) by Marueen Seaton
Tit, with Shelf Life by Maureen Seaton
The Oncologist by Carole Stone
Hospital Time by Rachel Morgan
Because You Are Dead You Think You Can Have Anything You Want by Dannye Romine Powell
Dear Girl by Antonina Palisano
Lou Gehrig’s Army by Catherine G. Wolf
Fate by Scott Dalgarno
Blood by Ting Gou
Privacy by Gemma Cooper-Novack
The Trees Remind Me of Riots by Alison Palmer


Foreword by Danielle Ofri
Book Review: “The Book of Naming Things” reviewed by Susan Bloom Malus
Reading Guide