Table of Contents
Special Feature: Guts
- Marthias Svalina
- Kate Greenstreet
- D.A. Powell: “All Aboard” and “Six Secrets”
- Julie Doxsee
- Rebecca Farivar
- Zach Savich
- Sarah Carson, “The Hole in Myself,” “Maybe You Did”
- Adam Clay, “False Start,” “Reaching for a Lexicon, an Apple No Longer Shining”
- Gary Jackson, “Letters to My Daughters: Siri (1963),” “Letters to My Daughters: Kimberly (1975),” “Letters to My Daughters: Siri (2001)”
- Lara Candland, “forster’s teaching: and,” “teaching one”
- Heather Bartlett, “Practicing,” “Tonight I Am My Lover”
- Caylin Capra-Thomas, “Blank Faces”
- Kyle McCord, “Like the Fox Scheming for Eggs”
- Michael Homolka, “Evergreen”
- E. Marie Bertram, from The Vanishing of Camille Claudel
- Nate Pritts, from Decoherence
- Corina Bardoff, “A Good Life”
- Trevor J. Houser, “The Vast Hammocks of Maine”
- Toni Mirosevich, “Crackhead”
- Marianne Villanueva, “All the Missing”
- Sean Carswell, “Another Beauty”
- George Such, “Metal”
- Warren Craghead, “A Rabbit as King of the Ghosts”
Warren Craghead III lives in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA with his wife and two daughters.
He likes to make pictures and has exhibited his work internationally. He has also published many works, including the Xeric Grant-winning Speedy, and several collaborations with poets and writers, one of which was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2006.
He received an MFA in 1996 from the University of Texas at Austin, and a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia in 1993, and attended the Skowhegan school in 1993.
“A Rabbit as King of the Ghosts” adapts Wallace Stevens’ poem of the same title.