Issue 44: Small

The small, ordinary moments are the measure of our lives—the choices we make to grow our worlds or to contract them. In Issue No. 44: Small, we’re exploring what happens when we choose smallness over largeness. The stories, poems, and artwork all hold up those tiny fragments of time, turning them over and noticing how they burn brightly in the stories of our lives.

FEATURING 2017 William Van Dyke Short Story Prize recipients April Vazquez, Andrew McCuaig, and Monica Jimenez—awarded by judge LaToya Watkins.

FICTION
Rebirth, April Vázquez
The New World, Andrew McCuaig
The Curse, Monica Jimenez

NONFICTION
Catching Crosshatch, Cathy Beres

VISUAL ART
The Art of Patrice Sullivan

POETRY
Lessons, Jess Williard
Crepusculara, Dave Harrity
Anatomy of Release, Aubree Else Woelber
Compressions, Libby Kurz
Praise in Old Age, Allison Hraban
Skin, Jonathan Duckworth
Transmigration, Matthew Landrum
Pascal, C.K. Dawson
Isaac, Raven Leilani
When My Mouth First Opened, Hannah Lee Jones
October, Hannah Lee Jones
I Could Still Hear Him Whistling, Okwudili Nebeolisa
Grace Notes, John Sibley Williams
Buckner Orchard, Paul Willis
Children Will Swim Here, Laurie Klein


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