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Issue 3: Summer 2016

Poetry

CORRINE BINNINGS
My Grandmother’s Temperament

KRAIG DAFOE
Along the River
The Daffodil Weeps

BRAD HERRINGTON
Inkwell

ANDREW HYDE-STRAND
Skyscrapers

TAYLOR MONÉ
The Girl on the Moon Who Is Not Coming Back
Waiting Room Clocks
The Truth About Your Father

MEGHAN O’HERN
To Writehouse Ink

BENJAMIN OSTROWSKI
I Lost It
Noah

VICTORIA PARKER
How To Be Happy

MELISSA PARTHEMORE
Definitions

DIEGO BARCACEL PEÑA
(a)bsolute r(a)cism
K-Pop Ulysses

CAL LOUISE PHOENIX
Parking Lot Consultation
To Immigrate

DANA RIGG
After an Argument about Black Holes

SHUNDRIKA SMITH
Mockery of a Toga
Tall Tales

JONATHAN VANNOTE
If My First and Second and Third Times Were the Basis of an Alien University’s Introductory Lecture on Human Intercourse

A.R. ZARIF
I wonder what the city will look like in ten years
this is a morning
In Response to the Washington Post‘s Article “Five Really Good Reasons To Hate Millennials”

Creative Nonfiction

CORRINE BINNINGS
Things a Man Needs To Hear Before He Dies

CLAIRE CONDON
On Being Thankful

ANDREW JOHNSON
True Strokes

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