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Short Stories
Children's Home by William Klein
Gifts by Joanna Pearson
Evolve by Jeff Moscaritolo
Next to Godliness by Lacey Jane Henson

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+New Poetry:
Own/Now by Kevin McLellan
Paint by Number by Devi S. Laskar
A Distance by Fiona Inglis

+New Nonfiction:
Party Line by Matthew Vollmer
Autophagia by Melissa Stephenson
+Decline/Accept: Summer of Dying Bees by Anna Paikert
+One to Watch: Interview with Lori Ostlund by Sejal Patel
+Winners of Premium Edition Contest (Fiction, Nonfiction, and Poetry)
+Interviews with short story authors
+Illustrations by Justin Burks

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+New Poetry:
Portrait of a Woman by Jennifer Newhouse
Leviathan by Sasha West
To Fix the Ache by Sasha West
Waking Late to a Late Spring by Kathryn Smith
There are so many ways to decide... by Kathryn Smith
How Was Your Today? by Connie Pan
+New Nonfiction:
The Rug Doctor by Elizabeth Kaye Cook
+Decline/Accept:
Sign by Mac McCaskill
+One to Watch:
Disappearing Act by Kate Barrett
+Story Statshots and interviews with short story authors
+Gorgeous, hand-drawn illustrations

Show and Tell by Miriam Cohen

Show and Tell by Miriam Cohen

Yael’s parents ask if she has any questions, and she does, but she suspects they aren’t the right ones. She wants to know if she will have two toothbrushes now or if she will bring the same one back and forth, its bristles wrapped in shredding tissue to keep from getting germy.

And It Is My Fault by Janet Towle

Sometimes PJ imagined herself as an embryo, floating in a tempered glass tube in a laboratory somewhere off the coast of northern California, imagined the blank-faced string-pullers of the universe pausing to give her parents a disclaimer...

Mostly Sunny (with a Slight Chance of Rain) by Chelsea Catherine

Everyone thinks my thirteen-year-old sister can predict the weather. But she’s told me, hours after standing in the wheat fields with arms outstretched, face tilted to the sky, that she has no idea what she’s doing. She just likes the routine of it and happens to predict right most times.

A Wave Breaking by Phoebe Driscoll

Aiden weighed 104 pounds and the gap between his front teeth seemed to widen every time he checked with his tongue. He had a place that belonged to him in a private and warm way: Byhalia, Mississippi.

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+New Poetry:
Meaning of: Sweet by Patrick Kindig
Hails from Corpus Christi by Jose Araguz
[Someone dreams about comics] by Kallie Falandays
The Story of a Killing and Late Sunday Evening by Joe Woodward
+New Nonfiction:
As for Me and My House by LaTanya McQueen
+Decline/Accept:
Marque and Reprisal, by Anthony Mohr
+One to Watch:
Girls With Pens, interview with Carolyn Cohagan
+Story Statshots and interviews with short story authors