• Flash fiction by Katacha Díaz

    How did the long-term marriage end? Once the betrayal was revealed, the adulterous affair was the fatal blow...

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  • Play by Stephen Baily

    The action unfolds in the wilderness, some while back. MOSES and AARON are relaxing in deck chairs, in front of a tent

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  • Short story by Kevin McGeary

    Ning hoped to be the best dressed person in the parlor tomorrow, but now that honor will probably lie with the deceased,

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    Poem by Boris Kokotov

    Selfies invented by the son of a river god
    were rediscovered millennia later. Image
    betrays shortcomings of imagination. Look

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  • Editorial: Love and Loss

    The themes of love and loss burn like wildfire in this collection.  Our intercultural authors bring you stories and poems rife with powerful imagery.  These are not romantic notions of love or loss, but the gut-wrenching stuff of everyday life that we are all too familiar with. Perhaps the most heartbreaking of these is ‘To [&hellip... Read on...

  • Editorial: Escapism and Realism

    There are moments when news—really bad news—inspires writers and poets, and in that inspiration we read works that are indubitably relevant to our present condition.  Rhimi’s To Motherless Aleppo and Mallik’s Veil of Warfare are poems that contribute to the ever-growing literature on Aleppo, instigating a consciousness of responsibility on us to raise our voices [&hellip... Read on...