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Nonfiction from Kristen M. Ploetz

Nonfiction from Kristen M. Ploetz

December 5, 2016

Pilgrimage “The number one thing that’s most similar among the different pilgrims on these different journeys in these different faiths is they’re all searching. It’s that they no longer want to just passively accept the religion, they want to be active in deciding what they believe.” –Nicola Menzie, The Christian Post JERUSALEM. Mecca. Char Dham. […]

Poetry from Lisa Folkmire

Poetry from Lisa Folkmire

November 28, 2016

Suburbia  The neighbor boy has hot boxed in his duct-taped Chevy again. The smell seeps through the window screen just as the whirrs of the highway envelop our home. Tires speeding past unfilled potholes, broken glass bottles, hidden cop cars. Across the street, four wheels stalled in the drive. Windows cracking now, they’re coming up […]

Two Poems from Lindsey Gilbert

Two Poems from Lindsey Gilbert

October 17, 2016

Whodunit House Two are striking: grandfather and mantel. The old clock rectifies the new clock’s brain. They’ll be bashing it out if we don’t intervene. We are the constable. Take out your notebook. Under this shade is a lamp with a switch: three clicks for full brightness. Find out where it’s going. Two fans: ceiling […]

Issue 7 | Summer/Fall 2016

Poetry

Tyler Atwood – another dream about real life i think
Lindsey Gilbert – Whodunit House
Lindsey Gilbert – Liquidity Crisis
Natalie Homer – 8 Hot New Tips Guaranteed to Make Your Summer Sizzle
Natalie Homer – A Woman Driver, the Driver Said Into His Phone
wren james – grandma’s house
wren james – local news is still news
wren james – berlin

Fiction

Michael Garret Ashby II – Saving the Gladiator
Martin Keaveney – Carcass
Martin Keaveney – Enough
Martin Keaveney – Noiseless
Elias Keller – Must Be the Location
Matthew Serback – You’re Telling Me Pro Wrestling Isn’t Real? (Part XVII)

Creative Nonfiction

Sara Khayat – Spinal Fusion
Jericho Parms – Mummy
Jennie Ziegler – The Telling

You can read the whole issue here: Atlas and Alice Literary Magazine – Issue 7

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Issue 6 | Spring 2016

Issue 6 springs into life!

Poetry

Cassandra Carter – Elegy for the Undead
Greg Hill – GENESIS, Initial Chapter
A.D. Ross – Unctuous Inner Organ
Meggie Royer – Like Mother, Like Daughter

Fiction

James Armstrong – The Beast
Brennan Burnside – da Capo
Zann Carter – What You Do With Death and Two Hearts
Jennifer Fliss – Where Are They Now?
Alice Whittenburg – A Reassuring Fiction
S.F. Wright – Strange Business

Creative Nonfiction

Toti O’Brien – The Night
C.C. Russell – DIA toward LGA, July 2003

You can read the whole issue here: Atlas and Alice Literary Magazine – Issue 6, Spring 2016

 


Issue 5 | Winter 2015/2016

Cover Issue 5

Issue 5 is alive! Contributors include:

Poetry

Gabrielle Campagnano – Reporting
Tim Kahl – Survivors’ Ashes
Caitlyn Renee Miller – Even in the Rain
Carrie Naughton – Crux

Fiction

Mariela Acosta – The Smuggler
Ashlie Allen – Pumpkin Friday
Lori Sambol Brody – The Girl Who Waits for the Superhero
Chanel Dubofsky – The Bullet
Kate Garklavs – Lies Hairdressers Tell
Christopher Santantasio – Afterlove

Creative Nonfiction

Diana Whitney – Resurrection Stone
Melissa Wiley – Playing Astronaut

You can read the whole issue here: Atlas and Alice Literary Magazine – Issue 5, Winter 2015/2016

 


Issue 4 | Summer/Fall 2015

Issue 4 is here! Contributors include:

Poetry

Anita Durkin – The Heat
Amy Jirsa – The Last Glass
Amy Jirsa – This is how

Fiction

Sophie Nagelberg – The Hawk
Sunisa Nardone – Golden Land
Mark Rosenblum – Restoration
Cathy Ulrich – The Girls in the Yard
Reed Underwood – Fire: Broken Cameraman Blues
Reed Underwood – Earth: Warehouse (SWAT Team) Blues
Clio Velentza – Teeth
Michelle Vider – Me and Bradley Cooper and the True Dimensions of a Love Triangle

Creative Nonfiction

Laura R. Becherer – Why Your Rapist Will Always Win
John Proctor – Meditating Underwater

You can read the whole issue here: Atlas and Alice Literary Magazine – Issue 4 | Summer/Fall 2015.

 


Issue 3 | Spring 2015

Atlas and Alice | Issue 3, Spring 2015

Atlas and Alice | Issue 3, Spring 2015

We are  happy to announce the release of our newest issue. This is our best issue yet! Contributors include:

Poetry

Andrea Gilham – Eve
Andrea Gilham – Backdrop
Matthew Woodman – Field Dressing
Sossity Chiricuzio – Chamber in my heart
Marius Surleac – deep down into all this nonsense equilibrium a stare
Ben Westlie – Weapon
Ben Westlie – Demon
Valentina Cano – Heeding a Warning
Chloe Clark – Five Of-
Rose Maria Woodson – I Have Been With Ghosts

Fiction

Jacob Aiello – Green Scrubs
Mindy Hung – Three Drinking Stories
Daniel Hudon – The Secrets of the Universe
Richard Hartshorn – Loose Ends
Justin Lawrence Daugherty – By Fire or By Flood

Creative Non fiction

Erin Calabria – Redshift
Aimee Henkel – Perhaps What’s Coming

Book Excerpt

Iosif Rikhter – Tender

Visual Arts

J.I. Kleinberg – Found poems

 

You can read the whole issue here: Atlas and Alice Literary Magazine – Issue 3| Spring 2015.

 


 

Issue 2 | Winter 2014

Atlas & Alice Literary Magazine - Issue 2 Winter 2014

Atlas & Alice Literary Magazine – Issue 2 Winter 2014

 

Our second issue is out! Finally! We’ve had some amazing contributors for this issue. You can read their pieces below, or browse through the complete issue here. Enjoy!

Poetry

Nicholas Grider – Fire Sonnet (from YOUR WILDERNESS)

Nicholas Grider – Apology #3 (from NOT WITHOUT SILVER)

Mitchell Grabois – Jodi

Cathy Barber – Three Short Love Poems

Katy Li – Correspondences

Katy Li – Likenesses

Changming Yuan – Walking with Father

Michael Cooper – Man from Shells 

 

Fiction

Elizabeth Peterson – Flying Fish

Dennis Barone – Pass Go and Collect

Ryan Sartor – Roanoke

Kyle Hemmings – Believe or Fear Everything

Jessica Hollander – The Young Mother Sings Loudly 

 

Book Excerpt/Hybrid

Nance Van Winckel – Selections from PULL FOR STOP

 


 

Issue 1 | Winter 2013

Our inaugural issue is out. If you would like to publish your work with us, this would be a good place to start. Browse, read, contemplate each author and the agility of their writings. This issue of Atlas and Alice includes pieces that challenge our notion of intersections. There is sadness, humor, wild wit and excellent writing in each author’s work. And in the words of our EIC, “read the magazine and see how pieces speak to each other, how individual pieces might speak to themselves, and most of all, how they speak to you”. Happy readings!

In this inaugural issue, you’ll find great works by:

Ian Bodkin – Paul David Adkins – Robert Vivian – Deborah Purdy – Ashely Boswell – Sam Martone – Drew Pisarra – Jack Caseros – Kaitlyn Duling – Aimee Henkel – Danielle Hunt – Thomas Luckie III – Marie Nunalee – Brian Clifton – Priscilla Atkins

Click here to read it.

AA First Issue - 2013

 

You think you have something that fits Atlas and Alice? Consider submitting for our second issue. For more info, visit our submissions page here.

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