Issue Three: Breakfast Alone

December 31, 2018

 Letter from the Editor


Title Story:

“Breakfast Alone”

Eric S. Fomley

Accompanied by: "connected" - Stephen Briseño



"I See You"

Michelle Hansen



“Spring begins somewhere”

 Jennifer Wolkin



“Volcanoes & Hurricanes”

Caitlin Cording




 Jen Persichetti



“Suitcase Full of Broken Dreams”

Amanda McLeod



“The Child, Up in the Tree Again”

Eric James Cruz



"The Huntsman” 

Hannah Storm

(Creative Nonfiction)



“And These, My Least Best Selves”

Jen Rouse

Accompanied by:  "Thorns and flowers and hummingbirds" -  Jen Rouse



“Pewter and Pebble”

Savannah Slone



“The Perfect Woman”

Gillian Davies



“Storm Surge”

Jennie Badger



“Shadows Cannot be Seen in the Pitch-Black"

L.N. Holmes



“Making a winter coat”

Penny Sharman



“Vacant Vessel”

Lindsay Popolizio



“Little White Lies”

Steve Campbell



“The Times I was Almost a Mother”

Amber Aspinall

(Creative Nonfiction)




Gervanna Stephens




Jack Bedell




Sarah Huels

Accompanied by: "Shared Landscape: - Sarah Huels



“As if a door has been opened”

Tara Isabel Zambrano



“Weight of the World”

Amy Alexander

Accompanied by: artwork by the author



“Past the River this evening”

Eric James Cruz




Matthew Yates

Accompanied by: "agora" - Matthew Yates



“The Thing About Abandonment”

Kimberly Wolkens

Accompanied by: photo by the author




Gillian Davies



“The Unstolen Heart”

Neel Trivedi




Elisabeth Alain



“uncover my hollow”

Savannah Slone

Accompanied by: photo by Sarah Huels




Jen Persichetti




Salvatore Difalco



“Lifehack: Hushing a Troublesome Boy”

Chad Musick



"Self-portrait as pie”

Gervanna Stephens

Accompanied by: "doodles10" by Matthew Yates



"The Other Side of the Nightmare”

Jan Kaneen



"Death Opens”

Jennifer Wolkin



"Sunken City of the Ancient One”

Eric S. Fomley




Photography by Sarah Huels

Photography by Neel Trivedi

Artwork by Amy Alexander

Artwork by Matthew Yates

Photography by Stephen Briseño




Creative Study:

Fabrice Poussin

collection of photography



Interview with Kate Garrett

on Pirates, Saints, and the Magic Behind Her Writing & Editing

(Interviewer: Renee Firer/Tianna G. Hansen)






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