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Spring 2019 issue

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  • List of Contributors – Spring 2019

    FICTION The Mug – Kate Haley Mary Jane Cobbler – Jaden Rose NONFICTION The Stranger and the Twenty dollar Bill – Johanna Kopp Prone to Exaggeration – Gregg Murray VISUAL ART Collages – Leah Dockrill Asemic – Federico Federici Illuminated – Jury S. Judge Fabri Fibra Oil on Concrete – Mario Loprete POETRY The Church…

  • The Mug – Katherine Haley

    The mug is everywhere. It comes in an endless amount of shapes and sizes, colors and patterns. You can own one, twenty, one hundred, and so on. The mug can contain coffee, or tea, or hot chocolate, or alcohol depending on your poison. The mug exists inside and outside of the home. It can be…

  • Mary Jane Cobbler – Jaden Rose

    Blood-red shots in glasses lined the wooden bar top. Outside dust swirled faintly, like ocean waves when they meet the sand, dying down and rising up again. Inside was mostly dust-free, except for cracks in the floorboards and little rims along the window sills. The glasses were always dust-free though. Al made sure of that.…

  • The Stranger and the Twenty dollar Bill – Johanna Kopp

    The world was black outside my windows, and my body ached for more sleep, but I willed my arms to push my body away from the warm, soft bed, and my legs to carry me to the kitchen. Looking the part was every bit as important as the rest, so while I swallowed large gulps…

  • Prone to Exaggeration – Gregg Murray

    Exaggeration is a funny word. It’s got five syllables and all sorts of letters. Its spelling is flat-out excessive. Perhaps that’s the point of the extra g, to indicate excess. In that sense you could say it’s performative; it exaggerates itself. It takes water that’s merely room temperature and either scalds it or freezes it.…

  • Collages – Leah Dockrill

    Her collage herein reflects the main theme of her work in this medium – contemporary women and concerns that some of us share, such as social mores that rule and regulate women.  I am what I am Blessed of America The woman wonders what it is to be alone Leah Dockrill is a visual artist…

  • Asemic Documents – Federico Federici

    Score for the woods Aftershocks Behind lines Federico Federici is a physicist, a writer and a media artist across the fields of soundscape, visual arts and installation. He lives and works between Berlin and the Ligurian Apennines. His works have appeared in several print and online publications, including «3:AM Magazine», «Otoliths», «Raum», «Sand», «Trafika Europe»,…

  • Illuminated – Jury S. Judge

    Jury S. Judge is an internationally published artist, writer, poet, and political cartoonist. Her ‘Astronomy Comedy’ cartoons are also published in Lowell Observatory’s quarterly publication, ‘The Lowell Observer.’ She has been interviewed on the television news program, ‘NAZ Today’ for her work as a political cartoonist. Her artwork has been widely featured in literary magazines…

  • Fabri Fibra Oil on Concrete – Mario Loprete

    Mario Loprete lives in a world that he shapes at his liking, throughout a virtual pictorial and sculptural movement, transferring his experiences, photographing reality throughout his filters, refined from years research and experimentation. His next exhibitions are the following:– Manni Art Gallery, Venezia, Italy– Hilversum Biblioteke, Hilversum, Netherlands– Zylinderhaus Museum of Bernkastell-Kues, Germany

  • The Church Closed on a Sunday – Aremu Adams

    The young girl moves up on stilettoes,The church denies her entry on Sunday. It’s 8am, the church is closed. Sentry-Man says rapture is exclusive in nature. The young girl moves up the stairs & sits.Her sins are as heavy as her countenance. She has committed Gomorrah, a contagion.My poem & the birds doubt she would…