Issue 9

“Don’t Be Cruel”: An Argument for Elvis by Ned Stuckey-French
(nonfiction)

Field Recordings from the Inside by Joe Bonomo
(nonfiction)

What (500) Days of Summer Means to Me; or, Zooey Deschanel Will Help You Build Bridges, But She’ll Also Make You Burn Them Down by Pablo Pinero Stillman
(nonfiction)

Babbage Explaining God and the Machine by Neil Aitken
(poetry)

The Annotated Mix Tape, #6 by Joshua Harmon
(nonfiction)

Variable by Neil Aitken
(poetry)

City Essay Films by Phillip Lopate
(nonfiction)

Dear Empire by Oliver de la Paz
(poetry)

Dear Empire by Oliver de la Paz
(poetry)

After the Fire by Debra Marquart
(nonfiction)

True Grit, Country Strong, and other Lies: A Taxonomy of Western Women by Bethany Maile
(nonfiction)

Clairaudience by Daniel Chacón
(fiction)

Rare Misprinted Scott Russell Sanders Postcard by Patrick Madden
(nonfiction)

Critical Mass by Roxane Gay
(fiction)

Glades People by Roxane Gay
(fiction)

Call it Rape by Margot Singer
(nonfiction)

Low Budget Michael by Josh Kalscheur
(poetry)

Precious Cargo by Felicia Zamora
(nonfiction)

The Biographer’s Notes by Tammy Ho
(poetry)

Diary Entries by Tammy Ho
(poetry)

Unfamiliar by Sari Carter
(nonfiction)

Earth is Boring by Jennifer Itell
(fiction)

Blackbirds by Mark McBride
(fiction)

Advanced Placement Question 3, Free Response by Matthew Vollmer
(fiction)

Walt Whitman Would Be Ashamed of You by Peter Kirn
(poetry)

Morning Flight by Adam Peterson
(fiction)

The Flip Side of Mercy by Anne Elliott
(fiction)

Lake Guija by William Archila
(poetry)

Communication Breakdown by Elena Passarello
(nonfiction)