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Bad Pony fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art online

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Fiction

  • The Architect of Frustration, Wayne Alan Brenner, Café Armageddon

  • The History of the Decline and Fall of America: A Semi-Fictional Satire, Scott Erickson

  • The Phantom Files: Twain’s Treasure, William B. Wolfe, Dreaming Robot Press

  • Precept, Matthew de Lacey Davidson, First Edition Design Publishing

  • The White: the Tensurrealistic Party, Lepota Luba Cosmo, Lulu

Nonfiction

  • Celebrated Marquis: An Italian Noble and the Making of the Modern World, John D. Bessler, Carolina Academic Press

  • The Holistic Gut Prescription, Lauren Deville, Morgan James Publishing

  • Paint Your Hair Blue, Sue Matthews with Andrea Cochane, Morgan James Publishing

Poetry

  • Asylum Seeker, Rich Murphy, The Poetry Press

  • Back Alley Poems, Ken Greenley, Improbable Productions

Children's Lit

  • I Love Who I Am: Self-Love for Kids, J. O’Keefe, Grace Hall Publishing

  • Sally the Stone and Friends, Sally Schnarr

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Featuring new work from Rebecca Foust, Steven Kleinman, Ricardo Pau-Llosa, Samuel Piccone, Kelly Grace Thomas, Catherine Wing, Nora Bonner, Jane Rose Porter, Cade Leebron, Diane Mehta, and many more. Plus, the winners of our annual contest; Jessica Guzman Alderman, Rachel Toliver, and Tara Deal. Artwork from Madeleine Barnes.

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Featuring new work from Bruce Bond, Anthony Cody, Karla Cordero, Melissa Ginsburg, Gina Keicher, Erin Elizabeth Smith, Glenn Shaheen, Mike Soto, Joaquín Zihuatanejo, Alexandra Kessler, Annalise Mabe, Jamie Lynn Smith, and many more! Artwork by J. Leigh Garcia.

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Creative Nonfiction #66: "Dangerous Creations" is devoted to real-life Frankenstein stories about the intersections of technological innovation and the human condition. Writers consider prenatal surgeries, lifesaving medical interventions, and the limitations of science and medicine, wondering what it means, in the modern era, to be a monster. Plus, Heather Sellers on writing through dark places; how technology is changing the way we think; Jenny Boully on beginnings and endings; tiny truths; and more

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Our latest issue, Spring 2018, is now available with poetry, fiction, and art work. Several of the pieces include an audio recording that has been set to a custom musical composition, and some also include a video portion to complement the author's reading. Find work by Sarah Rohrs, Sossity Chiricuzio, Mark Danowsky, Rachel Rose Teferet, N. Muma Alain, Bill Vernon, Michael Flanagan, and more. Plus, art by Emily Calvo, Beth Starger, and cover artist Margarita Schafer.

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Rereading The Fifties, The Sixties, and The Seventies

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Life in the Anthropocene. Stumbling at the Starting Line. The Story of Dick und Jane. Candy Cap Magic.

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Our inaugural issue features poetry by Jonathan Andersen, John Bargowski, Barbara Crooker, Amanda DeMaio, Charles Fort, Maria Mazziotti Gillan, Kileen Gilroy, Chelsea Griffin, Harry Humes, Leonard Kress, Paul Martin, Steve Myers, Bessy Reyna, Pegi Deitz Shea, Joan Seliger Sidney, John L. Stanizzi, and Steve Straight.

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