Issue 02: Humor's Grace

This issue is SOLD OUT in print form, but it is still available here in digital form.

Billy Collins said that humor is a door to the serious; it seems that humor is also a door to grace. In this issue, we discovered this door opening unto comics and being short enough to miss the bullet, holy chickens, and ordinary objects (flamingos and origami to name a few), the possibilities of runaway truck ramps, dreams about Noah, letters to E. B. White, the alphabet, and his multitudes. We have discovered that humor is intuitional; it is wit and irony and sarcasm, mood altering, whimsical and full of delight. And when it is really good, it is grace.

NONFICTION
Meditation, Shirtless, Josh Mackin
The Edge of the Unknown, Ellen Fangman
The Tenure Rabbit, Shari Stenberg

FICTION
Taking the Runaway Truck Ramp, Susanna Childress
Noah and Company, Stephen Sangirardi

VISUAL ART
II Pollo Santo, Kathryn Robison
Building blocks and more, Katie Hayden
Bang, Mat Barton
Crazy, Mat Barton
Out of Bounds, Eric Smith 

POETRY
My Husband's First Sinus Infection of Our Marriage, Susanna Childress
The First Few Weeks, Susanna Childress
Heart's Delight, Carl Leggoc
Beyond the Alphabet, Carl Leggoc
Multitudes, David Feela 
The Evolution of Lint, David Feela
Bless Me, David Feela
How to Answer a Poet, Joy Sawyer
Present Yourself, Margaret D. Smith
Trees are clapping, Margaret D. Smith
Winter leaves about to, Margaret D. Smith
Life Work, Jeremiah Webster


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