ISSUE FOUR: THIN LINES

April 20, 2019

 Cover Art by Renee Firer

 

ISSUE FOUR: THIN LINES

 

 

Letter from the Editor

 

 

Title Poem:

“thin lines”

Mela Blust

Accompanied by

photo by Ross (Dragon)

 

 

“Midsummer in the city that cannot hold you”

Haley Campbell

 

 

“THE MAGICIAN”

Catherine Garbinsky

 

 

“Cupcakes”

Piyali Roy Bhowmick

 

 

“raging/blazing/brave”

Vanessa Maki

 

 

“Lone Star”

John LaPine

 

 

“Nest”

Kristin Ryan

 

 

 

“If Monet Had Painted the Western United States”

Nikoletta Gjoni

 

 

 

“Nocturnal Monster's Self-Care Routine”

Savannah Slone

 

 

 

"the things that live inside me / everything i’d never know"

Kailey Tedesco

Accompanied by

photo by Ross (Dragon)

 

 

 

“Alone Together”

Marisa Crane

 

 

 

"Remember When I Was The Fragile"

Adrian Ernesto Cepeda

Accompanied by

photo by Ross (Dragon)

 

 

 

“How to Suffocate a Shark”

L. N. Holmes

 

 

“Being the Murdered Mother”

(part of the Murdered Ladies series)

Cathy Ulrich

 

 

"Purple"

Kristin Garth

 

 

“Breaking”

Madeline Anthes

 

 

 

“THE LOVERS”

Catherine Garbinsky

 

 

“to make the water sick”

alyssa hanna

 

 

“Because Someone Else Dances”

Anita Goveas

 

 

“Six places I am disintegrated”

Tara Isabel Zambrano

 

 

“Dandelion Seeds”

Kristin Ryan

 

 

“The Word Witch”

Bayveen O’Connell

 

 

“call her name No Mercy”

alyssa hanna

 

 

“A Tale from the Puppet Theatre of Death”

David Rae

 

 

“Bone Deep”

Scarlett Algee

 

 

“little hurts”

Savannah Slone

Accompanied by

photo by Ross (Dragon)

 

 

“Ashtray Monuments”

Ashley Naftule

 

 

“Composting”

Weslyn Rae Newburn

 

 

“PROGRESS”

Lauren Saxon

 

 

“Turtles, Siblings and Hondas”

Caitlin Cording

 

 

“you won’t know”

Mela Blust

 

 

“Monday Night Prayer”

Kristin Ryan

 

 

"Stomped Petals"

Josh Dale

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY / ARTWORK

 

photography by Ross (Dragon)

 

 

ARTISTIC STUDY

 

Russ Daum,

llustrator and artist

 

 

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

 

Kailey Tedesco,

Author of She Used to be on a Milk Carton and Lizzie, Speak

Editor at Luna Luna Mag and of A Witch's Craft

 

 

 

 

 

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