A new and used bookstore featuring clever books for all ages.
A general interest bookstore located in the Champlain Centre Mall.
New poems by Nina Sudhakar, Walter Bargen, Christopher Alex Chablé, Mary Crow, Morgan Eklund, Ceridwen Hall, Sarah Denise Johnson, Matt Mason, Frank Montesonti, Patricia Nelson, and Phillip Sterling. Plus, art by Thomas Park.
Our Fall 2017 features include the winners of the 2017 Raymond Carver Contest with Guest Judge Pinckney Benedict: David J. Wingrave, Patrick Holloway, Zachary Lunn, Edward Hamlin, Catherine Malcynsky. New poetry by Marianne Chen, Kathryn Merwin, Brionne Janae, Anne Champion, and Cady Vishniac, and new nonfiction by Andrew Wingfield and Amanda Parrish Morgan. Additional features include Alison McCabe in Decline/Accept, interviews with the short story authors, illustrations by Justin Burks, and a Q&A with Sheila Black and Alexandra van de Kamp.
In this issue of Gravel, find poetry by Rizwan Akhtar, George Eklund, Anastasia Vassos, Matt Nagin, and more; nonfiction by M. M. Adjarian, Kristin Barendsen, Richard Furman, and Jonathan Litten; and flash/hybrid by Gershon Ben-Avraham, Jean-Luc Bouchard, Katie Young Foster, L.L. Madrid, Yong Takahashi, Connor Walsh, and Beth Gilstrap and Jim Warner. Fiction by Emma Burcart, Terry Sanville, Mir-Yashar Seyedbagheri, and Emily Stoddard and one book review by Stephanie Papa. Plus multimedia by six artists.
This month, we feature Gretchen Stiteler with “Fable of a Houseplant” in fiction, “Sweater of Wasps” by Raina K. Puels in poetry, and Caroline Johnson with “The New Losers” in nonfiction. The art accompanying this monht's writing is by Nancy Gordon, Danae Wolfe, and Nancy Dorman-Hickson.
Featuring exclusive writing and art from 31 countries, including a New Voices in French Literature Special Feature showcase.
The 2nd issue of Figure 1 is online. Featuring urgent and beautiful poems by Anderson Peguero II, Joshua Burton, Asiya Wadud, Khairani Barokka, Emelie Griffin, Melody S. Gee, Christine Hamm, Emma Aylor, Christine Scanlon, Engram Wilkinson, Rajiv Mohabir, and Elizabeth Kate Switaj.