A musical interlude. . .
Matt Mitchell (he/him/his) is a writer from Warren, Ohio. He is either currently listening to The Cars or drinking a Vanilla Coke or both. His work has appeared in journals like BARNHOUSE, Homology Lit, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Gordon Square Review, and Drunk Monkeys, among others. He’d love to talk to you about basketball.
Chi Sherman is an Indianapolis-based writer whose preferred mediums are poetry and creative nonfiction. She has produced four chapbooks of writing, a solo spoken-word CD, and a poetry CD with her father. Her work has appeared in HuffPo, The Body Is Not An Apology, Brave Voices, Tenderness Lit, and quite sporadically on her blog, Chi Rising (http://chirising.blogspot.com).
Kunjana Parashar (she/her) is a poet from Mumbai. She holds an MA in English Literature from Mumbai University. Her poems appear or are forthcoming in Lammergeier, UCity Review, The Hellebore, Riggwelter, Camwood Literary Magazine, The Rumpus (ENOUGH Section), and elsewhere.
featuring photography by Brian Michael Barbeito
Welcome to our twelfth issue!
Issue 12 includes work by Hasheemah Afaneh, Quintin Collins, mary cordisco, Bailey Grey, Matt Mitchell, Emily Nabnian, Holly Pelesky, Amy Poague, Rachel Small, Ellora Sutton, Tyson West, and Lucy Zhang. And Aerik Francis is featured in "'Let them eat cake!'" to make it a baker's dozen.
And we're thrilled to announce our Pushcart Prize nominees for 2020! Check out "The After Party" as the culmination of Issue 12.
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Jeni De La O
SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER
BOOK REVIEW EDITOR