The Spring 2023 issue of Consequence (15.1) spotlights not only the consequences of war and geopolitical violence but also the diversity of such experiences—both external and internal. In this volume, for example, there are eighteen different countries represented, all of which portray any number of place-specific repercussions. In the art feature, the photos of Alfred Yaghobzadeh, relay the varied physical and cultural effects on Afghanistan and its people after decades of war. Likewise, Sandra Kolankiewicz’s poem, “Dear Famous Poet,” is a potent example of internal consequences as we witness the personal experiences of both a wounded vet as he’s teaching a class while being belittled and that of the young narrator, who is angered by this ridicule. There are fifty-six beautiful and highly-crafted pieces in this issue, and each is an example of just how far-reaching and singular the consequences of war and geopolitical violence can be.