Issue 42: Forming One Another

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Life is full of interactions, moments of connection and convergence that build us into who we are. The ways in which we have formed one another are many.

In this issue, we explore the marks left by the process of living. Issue No. 42: Forming One Another runs fingers over stretch marks and tongues over chipped teeth. It lifts the veil of everyday life and looks at the memories that make us with compassion and care.

FEATURING  FICTION from Joseph Truscello, Karoline Strickland, and Amber MV + POETRY from Charnell Peters and Michael Mlekoday + NONFICTION from John Kimmey, Kerry Muir, and Fortunato Salazar + 2016 Kalos Foundation Visual Art Prize recipient Lucas Moneypenny, awarded by juror Scott Kolbo.


Table of Contents

Nonna’s Story, Joseph Truscello
Angel of Ashley Place, Karoline Strickland
Maybe We Were God in That Time, Amber MV

Lang and Drake, Fortunato Salazar
Styles of Communication: Fragments, Kerry Muir
Fear and Trembling, John Kimmey

The Art of Lucas Moneypenny
The Art of Chakila L. Hoskins
The Art of Carolyn Mount

Translations, Melissa Reeser Poulin
Christmas Morning, After Illness, Jason Tandon
The Sacred Spaces Are Full of Pills and Smoke, John Gosslee
When the Good Lord Willed the Creek to Rise, Charnell Peters
Laying on of Hands, Elizabeth Acevedo
Medusa Teaches La Negra to Pray, Elizabeth Acevedo
June Bug Penumbra, Jason W. Selby
A Great Emigration Comes and Camps Near Humboldt Lake, William Kelley Woolfitt
Cutting the Good Rosemary, Michael Mlekoday
Ode to Compost, Beginning with Three Lines by Ellen Bass, Michael Mlekoday
Dust on Horses, Natalie Homer
Glue Market, Natalie Homer

When I Am Finally Gone and You Are Waking Up, Brittney Scott
The Liturgical Leap into Monday, Benjamin Hertwig 
Twins, Tara Mae Mulroy

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