The Winter edition (#36) of the trendy travel-themed literary magazine Lowestoft Chronicle features stories by Sharon Frame Gay, Joe Giordano, Dan Morey, Phillip Parotti, and Richard Charles Schaefer, poetry by Matt Mason and Valerie Nieman, and creative nonfiction by Judy S. Richardson, Simone Tropea, and Gail Tyson. Plus, Carol Smallwood interviews James Sale, and Nicholas Litchfield interviews Matthew P. Mayo, a recent winner of the prestigious Spur Award and Wrangler Award. Read it at our website.
"Persistence" by Christopher Santantasio
18 Year Anniversary Issue
This is an issue of thinking about language, and its resilience. It starts with a gateway and ends with a gateway, as open ended and sovereign as a stroll. Language baffles. It defines, and stretches. Ever evolving in its intimacies and celebrations; in its resistance to intentions of its demise. Featuring work by Amy Leach, Mónica de la Torre, Marilyn Hacker, Lea Carpenter, John Haskell, the 2018 A Public Space Fellows, and more.
Featuring Evelyn Lau's "Once Upon a Time . . . "
"The Last Wave" issue is out. Contributing: Hugh Anderson, Marsha Burke, Wendy Taylor Carlisle, William Cullen Jr., b.s. dixon, Toni G., Brigid Hannon, Ted Jean, DS Maolalai, Margo Mensing, Corey Mesler, Alan Perry, Brad Rose, Don Thompson, and Cyril Wong.
Emergence. CNF and Short Forms Contest Winners.
The Crisis Issue