NEW FICTION, POETRY, NONFICTION AND ART – FALL 2012 THE WRITING DISORDER

FALL arrives with an air of exhilaration. We are continually expanding the site to accommodate the number of submissions we receive. With a slightly larger home page, we now present our biggest issue yet. Each year we’re growing and we would like to thank everyone who has supported us along the way. Thanks to our very talented writers, and thanks to our wonderful readers. Enjoy the new issue — don’t forget to tell your colleagues and friends. —C.E. Lukather, Editor

IN THIS ISSUE:

NEW FICTION
THE BITE by Caroline Rozell
THE LOCKER by Lorraine Comanor
THE HONEYLOCUST TREE by Marc Simon
DON’T LET THE STARS GET IN YOUR EYES by Len Joy
FAMILY OF ONE by Priscilla Mainardi

NEW INTERVIEW
A conversation with the author of THREATS, Amelia Gray

NEW POETRY
SOUTH FLIGHT by Jasmine Smith
MY BROTHER by Lowell Jaeger
IMPERATIVE STATEMENTS
by Jose Arturo Flores

NEW NONFICTION
EVERY PERSON I HAVE
EVER MET
by Colleen Corcoran
FORTY-TWO BLUE
FIRES BURNING
by Chelsey Clammor

NEW COMIC ART
NEW SHOES by Eric Rodriguez

NEW FICTION
DELIRIUM TREMENS
by Harvey Spurlock
THINGS by Max Sheridan
THE GARDEN by Katja Zurcher
PUDDLES by Linda Nordquist
BEFORE THEY WERE DEAD
by Steven Miller

NEW NONFICTION
GET YOUR HEAD ON by Alia Volz

NEW INTERVIEW
Meet Ruth Clampett,
Daughter of Legendary
Animator Bob Clampett

NEW POETRY
DUST by Corey Mingura
THE SPIDER by
Katherine MacCue
SOMEDAY I’M
GOING TO MARRY
KATY PERRY
by Calvero

NEW ARTWORK
ART OF WOODCUTS
by Loren Kantor
DILAPIDATION
by Keith Moul
UNFAMILIAR WORLD
by Eric Rodriguez

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