Issue 18 | Winter/Spring 2021

Featured Inside:

Poetry

Yvonne Amey – Ricky Parks & the Coal Minors
Carl Boon – The Other America
Betsy Cornwell – Rich
Jade Driscoll – To My Psychiatrist: A Non-Exhaustive List of My Recurring Nightmares
Tessa Ekstrom – Trash Castle
Darren Higgins – Eating Songbirds
Megan Huffman – Family Activities
Karly Jacklin – IN WHICH WE DON’T HUNT DOVES BUT INSTEAD AIM OUR SHOTGUNS AT THE SKY
Babo Kamel – The Message on the Tissue
J.I. Kleinberg – Hannah / the way
Yaz Lancaster – Canto
Eric Roller – Late Night Semantics
Hailey Spencer – What to Write in Your Journal to Move on

Fiction

Megan Driscoll – Modes of Reproduction
Derek Fisher – Rash
Bronwen Griffiths – The Sky Between Us / Scrambled
Jessica June Rowe – Underage.
Shalya Powell – The Other Shore
Kim Magowan – The Best Defense Is a Good Offense (So They Say)
Mandira Pattnaik – When It Freezes, You Realize the Sugar Maple Tree Holds Its Snow
Marvin Shackelford – A Tragic Misstep in Evolution
Jane Snyder – Little Red Schoolhouse
Denise Tolan – Sell You, Sell Me

Creative Nonfiction

Despy Boutris – Two Friends Confront Mortality
Lori Brack – The Ground, Remembering
Hannah Cajandig-Taylor – Retelling
Rachel Laverdiere – For the Love of (Dis)Order

You can read the whole issue here: Atlas and Alice Literary Magazine – Issue 18

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