Spring 2018 | Vol. 03 No. 01
I am going to tell you now, before I begin, what my conclusion is to my thoughts on the imagination: I believe there is no difference between thinking and imagining, and that they are one.
— Mary Ruefle | On Imagination
In This Issue | Spring 2018
Mira Martin-Parker Mother’s Face
Robert Vivian All The Rivers Of My Days
Shoshana Lovett-Graff Latent
Jameson Currier How to Obtain an Alfred Hitchcock Physique (and Bonus Dark Psyche)
Heidi Seaborn 30 Seconds
Deb Jannerson Cut *
Kevin McDaniel On a water tower in Vietnam
Karen Lee Boren Breakneck
Jen Knox Regulars *
Samantha Madway Aftermath *
Megan Gordon A Delicate Business
E. J. Evans I still wonder if growing up
It’s easy to forget we’re but little bits
*Placed in the Show Us Your Short-Shorts Editors’ Prize for flash fiction.
Cover Art: “Blue”
Maria-Nicole Ikonomou is an Australian-born female visual artist and illustrator currently based in San Francisco. A self-taught artist, she received her Bachelor of Arts in Modern Literary Studies and minor in Education from University of California, Santa Cruz. Maria-Nicole is best known for her surreal multi-face portraits and greyscale medleys; her primary mediums are ink and colored pencil.