Issue 8

Searching for Benny Paret by Andrew D. Cohen
(nonfiction)

The Exhibit Will Be So Marked (Treemix 12″ Remix with Fade-Out) by Ander Monson
(nonfiction)

Cure by Isobel Dixon
(poetry)

Speechlessness by Isobel Dixon
(poetry)

Tolstoy and Tahrir by Erin Greer
(nonfiction)

Learning to Dance on an Upturned Bed by Philip B. Williams
(poetry)

Camouflage by Katie Lynn Murphy
(fiction)

Lessons in Woodworking by D.A. Powell
(poetry)

Bodybag by Scott Kaukonen
(fiction)

The Mercy Kill by Joe Oestreich
(nonfiction)

On Love and Memory by Alexis Nelson
(nonfiction)

Choose Your Own Adventure: By Ship Into the Water by Tessa Fontaine
(fiction)

Lost and Found by Phillip Levine
(poetry)

Come Back When You’ve Found My Heart by Andrea Dupree
(fiction)

For the City that Nearly Broke Me [In Streets that Grieve Our Children Die] by Dwayne Betts
(poetry)

For the City that Nearly Broke Me [A List of Names for God] by Dwayne Betts
(poetry)

Where Do You See This Going by Meredith K. Gray
(fiction)

Where the Tiny Things Are by Nicole Walker
(nonfiction)

Storm by Dorianne Laux
(poetry)

Seaside by Dorianne Laux
(poetry)

Disturbance by Dorianne Laux
(poetry)

Math Quiz: Relation and Ordered Pairs by Amber Smith Watson
(fiction)

I Now Pronounce You by Jessica Hollander
(fiction)

Likes/Dislikes by Christie Hodgen
(fiction)

A History of Loneliness in 23 Acts (of Love) by Justin Lawrence Daugherty
(nonfiction)

Hospital Accounts by Krystyna Lenkowska (translation Ewa Hryniewicz-Yarbrough)
(poetry)

I was Almost What You Needed by Jacob Newberry
(fiction)

Why I Write Smut: A Manifesto by Steve Almond
(nonfiction)

The Madrid Conversations: An Excerpt
(nonfiction)

The Baghdadi by Joan Leegant
(fiction)