Issue 9 / Spring 2017

Masthead

Creative Nonfiction

OH LUNG THAT KEEPS COLLAPSING

“Oh lung that keeps collapsing, you are stretched long and thin by your own weight, categorized as a health risk for any tall, skinny, Caucasian male.”

Robbie Maakestad

ALL SHE’D NEED

“They said all she’d need was five, maybe six outfits. Laundry twice a week.”

Sonya Zalubowski

OUR FAMILY WALKS: PART 2

“When our front door came alive one night with an explosion of knuckle knocking, it moved me from one level of exploration to the next.”

N. R. Robinson

Fiction

WE’LL BE FINE

“At first, the scaffolding had taken some getting used to—the men’s work boots at eye level, their cell phone conversations, the Spanish radio, the dark.”

Suzanne Barnecut

JOHN WAYNE LEARNS HE IS A WOMAN IN BARCELONA

“Remember that lesson when you were small, about taking candy from strangers?”

Kayla Miller

INDIAN HOME

“It was love at first fight, or maybe at second.”

Julian Darragjati

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