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The Spring 2018 issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly features art and photography by Renee de Gagne (Urban Impressions: Beyond Stones and Structures), Diane Powers (Touching Windows with Quiet Hands), Michael Deborah Skoff (Unearthed), and Mark Wyatt (Street Portraits); and fiction and non-fiction by Peter Azrak (How Anxious Are You?), Beebe Bahrami (Returning), Vincent Louis Carrella (The Sound of One Hand Angel), David Denny (Moss Beach), Heidi Harrison (The Wild Horse), David S. Rubenstein (The Color of Night), Gail Tyson (Woman Holds a Balance), and Christopher Woods (Pinata). This issue also features images from Still Point Art Gallery's exhibition: Global Portraits

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 30 Number 1, Spring 2018

Is There a Word for That? On hearing the current theme, an astute college student's answer was “Probably.” He was right. You would be surprised what unusual words pop up in this issue, from a secret language between twins, in “The Rockbury Twins,” by Karen Loeb, to V.J. Hamilton’s “There’s Gotta Be a Word for That,” which leaves you wondering what that word might be. For the autistic boy in Dean Scelec’s “Sullivan’s Word,” the word is special indeed. Jessica Temple invites the reader to consider dépaysement in her poem by the same title.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date March 2018 online

The March issue of Bull & Cross celebrates our one-year anniversary with three great stories from Paul Lamb, Michael Grant Smith, and Nora West! Pull up a chair and enjoy these tales of wristwatches, dying cats, and depressed aliens!

If you're still nursing a green beer hangover and/or battling a leprechaun infestation, we can help (or at least provide a welcome distraction). Poetry by Alec Hershman and Daniel Galef, flash fiction by Bruce Shields and Rob Tyler, and cover art by Ava Wadleigh.


  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 7, Fall/Winter 2018 online

The 7th issue of Lotus-eater Literary Magazine is out now, featuring some stunning pictures by Giuseppe D'Antonio and the brilliant works of Brian Bartels, Charlie Baylis, Maria Callejon, Terence Confino, Ian Ganassi, José Luis Gutiérrez, Maeve Holler, Alexander Joseph, Philip Kobylarz, Tom Laichas, Kent Monroe, Toti O'Brien, Jon Riccio.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Winter 2017 online

New fiction and poetry winter issues, all writer voted and all free to read.

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