WINTER 2011 ISSUE NOW ONLINE



WINTER arrives with a sense of anticipation—for the coming year, the holidays, or a good book you’ve been waiting to read. What makes a good story? It’s often something you weren’t expecting, along with a good ending. Everything has an end, but some endings are better than others. We hope you enjoy all the work in this issue, and that when you get to the end, it was better than you expected. —C.E. Lukather, Editor

IN THIS ISSUE: NEW FICTION
MISSING IN THE MOUNTAINS by Greg November
THE REAL HOLLY by Ashley Inguanta
HOW TO CUT by Brooke Kwikkel
ZEITGEIST by Tegan Elizabeth Webb

NEW INTERVIEW
Writer/Editor, HOWARD JUNKER

NEW POETRY
A GRIM TALE by Geordie de Boer
A THOUSAND BLACKBIRDS FALL DEAD by Amanda Hempel

NEW NONFICTION
JACARANDA by Shay Belisle
BOOK REVIEWING DO’s & DON’Ts by Emily-Jane Hills Orford

NEW ARTWORK
Soft Lips, Long Lashes by Soey Milk

MORE NEW FICTION
MINE RESCUE by Ruth Webb
LODGING by Edward Wells II
SPACE BAR by Tantra Bensko
RUDY THE BANG’S DRUMROLL by Keith G. Laufenbarg
BLUE ROOM WITH WOMAN (1954) by Robert Sachs

MORE NEW POETRY
PSALM XIL by Lisa Sisler
A STRANGE ROMANCE by Garth Pavell

NEW INTERVIEW
MFA PROFILE: Emily Kiernan

NEW PHOTOGRAPHY
SALVATION MOUNTAIN by Ashley Inguanta
DEATH AND DEDICATION by Brett Stout

BOOK REVIEW
Amanda Field reviews AN OLD JUNKER

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