Issue 32

FICTION

Do I Look Sick To You? by C.J. Hribal (Contest Winner)
And It Is No Joke by Conor Kelley (Honorable Mention)
Walter’s Wreck by Amanda Irene Rush
Wolves by Mikayla Ávila Vilá
Picturesque by Cora Rowe
Wound by Aggie Zivaljevic
Salvage by Amy Savage
Legally Ted by Aaron Easton
Eye by Ron Riekki
Searching for the Sea by Colter Jackson
Running Right Into It by Cara Bayles

NONFICTION

Of Mothers and Monkeys by Caitlin Kuehn (Contest Winner)
Jacket by Jennifer Hildebrandt (Honorable Mention)
The Immigrant Zhou by Timothy Cannon

POETRY

Poem For A Friend Growing Lighter and Lighter by Abe Louise Young (Contest Winner)
In Patient by Jennifer M. Lynch (Student Winner)
In the absence of birdsong by Michaela Coplen (Honorable Mention)
Aphasia Testing by Michaela Coplen
May 25, Estella by Sean Denmark
When a Turk is in the hostel kitchen by Jen Siraganian
A King, They Say by Joshua Kryah
Brushing the Horse by Gardner McFall
Radioactive by Deborah Hauser
Back in the World: Commuter Student by JoLee Passerini
Low Pressure Front by Christopher BabbBlood: Hx by Leila Chatti
Through by Sam Pittman
May Cause by Elspeth Jensen
Field Song by Jason Morphew

EXTRA

Foreword by Jen Hyde
Book Review: “The Wound Dresser,” reviewed by Kate Falvey
Interview With Cover Artist Bo Joseph by Matthew Weinstein