Issue 41: And The Soul Felt Its Worth

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We know what it feels like to question our self worth, to wonder if we're enough. Issue 41 is an invitation  to explore these questions by unplugging, slowing down, and making space to encounter honest art and stories.

In these pages, we're looking at the depth of our souls and exploring the reminders of worth and worthiness that fill our lives. Sometimes these are totems we have chosen, but often they are not. This issue offers the unexpected grace of finding worth in unlikely places. 

FEATURING 2016 William Van Dyke Short Story Prize recipients judged by Shann Ray

FICTION
Evisa's Cascades, Amy Pechukas
The Sweet Hot Burning Heart of Earla Cloud, Nicole Parsons
And He Shall Reign, Jeff Marcus Wheeler

VISUAL ART
The Art of Sarah Rockett
The Art of May Kytonen
The Art of Doug Sink

POETRY
Glaze Eyed at Your Humble Shaping, Colin Channer
Farfetching, Colin Channer
The Fear of Death, Ryo Yamaguchi
Biography, Ryo Yamaguchi
Confronting the Body, A. Molotkov
Persephone's Reflection, Theodora Ziolkowski
Autobiography of Demeter, Theodora Ziolkowski
Leah, Weary Eyed and Swarmed—, Lia Greenwell
Leah, [as girls you both climbed], Lia Greenwell
Perfoliate Leaf, Patricia Clark
Rewilding, Catherine Wing
Before the Race, Catherine WIng
Boundary, Amy Orazio
Unstruck, Laura Smith
Turn, Laura Smith
On Insect Holes as Fragrant Portals of Edible Light, Karen An-Hwei Lee

 


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