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Vo. 7, The Wild

Letter from the Editor

 

Fiction

 

“It’s a wise queen who retires willingly, who doesn’t cling to that old joy and pain.”

Bonnie Jo Campbell, “Daughters of the Animal Kingdom”

 

“Tell me one death thing, but tell it slowly, in little pieces, so I can stop you if it’s too much.”

g c cunningham, “Interior Bedroom Night”

 

“Today, penance begins.”

Michael Botur, “Saturday 77”

 

“Of course it was. The King, in the flesh.”

Joseph Bodie, “Chesterfield’s”

 

 

Interviews

 

Bonnie Jo Campbell

Bonnie Jo Campbell

 

 

Poetry

 

“a glebous lung”

G. C. Waldrep, “Mothers, Hunters, Ghosts” & more

 


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Steven Alvarez, “exacerbates this Harlem”

 

“to throw light, / cleave a stone.”

Mary Cisper, “Memory Demonstrates the Valley Fold” & more

 

“the flags raised at noon now droop”

Trey Moody, “Let Me Tell You How Sorry I Am” & more

 

God’s self- / ie

Sean Howard, “Outcrops”

 

 

Visual Arts

 

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Inka & Niclas Lindergård, “The Belt of Venus and The Shadow of the Earth”

 

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Pixy Liao, “Experimental Relationship”

 

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Lorena Lohr, “Desert Moon”

 

 

Flash

 

“I resemble a horned turtle. But I am safe.”

Kathy Fish, “There is No Albuquerque”

 

“Los insectos estan aquí.”

Noel Hoffman, “The Winemaker”

 

“See how high you can go.”

Scott Ragland, “Ordinance”

 

“The tones of a new topography.”

Dan Klen, “Leaving the Valley”

 

“I am (burning down) okay.”

Claire Oleson, “Ceviche”

 

 

Nonfiction

 

“You can make anything work, even if you have no idea how.”

Quinn Grover, “The Stump Ranch Fish”

 

“What did the snake say?”

Amanda K. Jaros, “On The Map”

 

“One cold, clear weekend of essential communion.”

Mary Switalski, “November Interval”

 

 

Reviews

 

The Revenant

“It insults neither art nor truth.”

Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu, “The Revenant”

 

Zoologis

“It is about loss and grief, art and the contemporary imagination.”

Alison Hawthorne Deming, “Zoologies”