Annie Sparrow Wing

by: Cameron Kirk A father’s darkened view of the world is balanced out by his young daughter’s blind love for everything, offering him a light,…

Anna Lee

by: Frederick Foote When a writer’s creation comes to life unexpectedly, the naked truth behind its existence threatens to tear our world apart… Anna Lee stares…

Three Poems by Robert Ford

by: Robert Ford In these ekphrastic poems by Robert Ford, perception is a type of communion, a transfigured merging of the subject and object into…

Isn’t That Romantic

by: Alan Swyer Sometimes even the most confounding of circumstances can be a blessing in a disguise, like when an innocuous trip to see a film leads to…

Infidelity Cubed

by: Laurie Blanton What if what once felt like love, now feels like shackles? A story about a contentious love triangle set against the backdrop…

Baile de Diablo

by: Carmen Baca A bewitching take on the Dance of the Devil, based on a New Mexican folk tale the author’s grandmother used to recount… The…

Two Americas

by: Art Rosch It’s US (Progresso Soup) versus THEM (Hostess Twinkies) in an all-out battle for the fate of the nation… I detest this sense…