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Spit

by Matt Sutherland

Daniel Lassell was raised in Kentucky with llamas and alpacas, and his poetry has been published in Prairie Schooner, Colorado Review, Southern Humanities Review, and several other publications. He is currently a resident of Colorado... Read More

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Small Altars

by Matt Sutherland

Along with her BA from Columbia College and an MFA from Chicago State University, Keli Stewart earned artist fellowships from Hedgebrook and the Augusta Savage Gallery Arts International Residency. Her work has appeared in Quiddity,... Read More

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Infinity Closet

by Matt Sutherland

The author of Monster Colloquia and In the Herald of Improbable Misfortunes, Robert Campbell has twice been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. He earned an MFA in poetry from Murray State University and an MS in library science from the... Read More

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The Survival Expo

by Matt Sutherland

An associate professor of English at Rhodes College, Caki Wilkinson lives in Memphis, Tennessee. She is the author of two other collections, Circles Where the Head Should Be and The Wynona Stone Poems. STICK MAN SONG You were born... Read More

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Dear Excavator

by Matt Sutherland

In this debut collection, Evan D. Williams tees up more than twenty new poems and a further two dozen that first appeared in journals like Borderlands and The Mud Season Review. THE POETS the poets write their words for their legs to... Read More

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The Leaf Thief

by Michelle Anne Schingler

A cozy squirrel becomes frantic when he determines that one of the leaves in his bright canopy has gone missing. Eyes wide, he jumps from spot to spot, asking the other animals if they know who the thief is; the answer is more seasonal,... Read More

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The Moose Fairy

by Danielle Ballantyne

When Moose hears of a meeting of the Secret Fairy Club, he’s ecstatic to join in the fun. He arrives to find all the other members are smaller creatures, though, and some are none too welcoming. But when the clubhouse comes under... Read More

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Harley the Hero

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Ms. Prichard’s class has the reputation for being the best in the school thanks to Harley, the service dog who helps her to feel safe. Among students of all backgrounds and abilities, Harley is a calming force. He helps the children... Read More

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