It might not feel much like Halloween this year, but it is Halloween, so we’re celebrating with a spooky tale you can find in Issue 99. We promise it’s more treat than trick, so read on: The chubby little boy remains impassive. Mamá and Papá have left the consulting room now, leaving him on his own, but even so he’s not fazed by the situation, he’s over there, just quietly sitting like it’s no big deal, in total control of the moment. Suddenly, before the psychiatrist can say anything, he raises his right arm with the index finger outstretched, as […]
Issue: Volume 29, #3, Winter 2013
Featured in our Winter issue: Fiction from Catherine Brady, J. Malcolm García, Mary Otis, Lisa Teasley, Juan Pablo Villalobos, and Don Waters. Poetry from Kazim Ali, Heather Altfeld, Matthew Dickman, John W. Evans, and Wendy Willis. Nonfiction from Moritz Thomsen and Pat Joseph. Introducing First Time in Print writers Daniel Tovrov and Monique Wentzel, and art from Marcus Covert, Tom Stolmar, and David Maisel.
In the Winter Issue
In our newest issue, time and worlds bend: In Juan Pablo Villalobos’s “Photisms”: A little boy tells his distracted psychiatrist that he sees mysterious green lights and hears a voice telling him, “See you in the non-world.” In Lisa Teasley’s “Full Circle”: The bonds between a couple stretch across eras and genders, forged by incredible loss, rancor, and love. In Monique Wentzel’s “Modern Speedwash”: A struggling woman finds a portal to a universe she’s made different choices and has a comfortable life to show for it. But can she so easily give up the life she knew before? And in […]