April 15 - June 15

"I SOUND MY BARBARIC YAWP OVER THE ROOFTOPS OF THE WORLD."

Edition IV

German Piedrahita

Bold; stripped-down; understated. Examining the quiet discontent that daily life brings.

Edition IV

Eli Dunham

At once visceral and surreal. On the intersection between tunnels, bones, and poems.

Edition IV

Jude R.

A "janus paradox," or a jigsaw puzzle: how a tongue may split in half and give birth to creation.

Edition IV

Riley Danvers

A poem of extremes. On the paradoxical passion of parting, and learning to move on.

Point of 

View

Edition III

Naomi Ash

"I was born upside down/even then I hesitated." On birth, shoes, and ancestors.
 

In a Closet in a Dorm

Edition III

Bob Chikos

On bursting out of closets and helping a friend to peek out of theirs.

San Francisco Strong

Edition III

Jordan Wilson-Dalzell

First published in Resuscitate. On heritage, trees, and matrilineal memory.

CONSTRUTTO or

CONSTRUCT

Edition III

Maura Termite

Our first piece published in another language. Our favorite line: "and with a pirouette/I would come back to myself."

Past Editions
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Winter 2021
Past Editions
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Fall 2020

Past Editions
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Summer 2020

Past Editions
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Spring 2020

Past Collections

An emerging, youthful response to the most tumultuous period of our lifetimes.