Category: Visual Art

Sardines Can14

Alicja Kozlowska is a textile artist living in Poland. She creates 3D embroidered felt sculptures of everyday objects drawing inspiration from the reality that surrounds us, consumerism and everyday...

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Roundel Bows

Kim Rae Taylor is a visual artist and educator. She currently serves as associate professor of fine art for the University of Cincinnati Clermont College. She received her MFA from the College of...

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The Long Afternoon

Kate Peper is excited by gardens of all kinds, in whatever state of glory or disrepair, being naturally drawn to the push and pull between extreme dark and light, natural and man-made objects....

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Despy Boutris has had writing published in Copper Nickel, American Poetry Review, TheGettysburg Review, Colorado Review, Prairie Schooner, and elsewhere. Currently, she serves as poetry editor for...

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Conscience Round

Brendan Egan The pharmaceutical cocktail necessary for lethal injection being unavailable, the State had determined, pursuant to sentencing matrices, XXXXXXXXXXX should be executed by a firing squad...

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Elegy Ending with A Burnt Out Light Bulb

John McCarthy I went to church by myself the other day after having given up      on God. I swear the light falling through the stained glasslooked like your initials—it even sounded like...

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Flora Has an Ego

David O’Connell The way bright tulips launch themselves from bulbs and nearly hyperventilate each spring.  And how the fair-bound pumpkin swells like some past king   announcing gross...

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Good Luck

James Miller The priest satnext to meon the planeto Rapid City. He was suffering.Flushed cheeks, clenchedjowls. His ziplocked icehad mostly meltedby the timewe leftthe tarmac. Still,he heldthat...

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North of Wilshire

Isabella Welch It was Sunday night, which, since childhood, was a night of painful malaise for Jon. It started in the morning this time, that tugging. Here you are, old, unwelcome friend, Jon...

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Of Farther and Dwell

Sneha Subramanian Kanta Every journey is a prayer. A pelagic traditionfor the traveler. The wing-field inside a cloud. Ghosts paddle in sphagnum. Fire between sunand hill. Grasslands in the afterglow...

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