Poetry
Six Prose Poems by Parker Tettleton

Six Prose Poems by Parker Tettleton

Parker Tettleton is a vegan Leo living in Portland, Oregon. He is the author of OURS MINE YOURS (Pity Milk Press 2014), GREENS (Thunderclap Press 2012), & SAME OPPOSITE (Thunderclap Press 2010) .
"Following the Self-Repair Manifesto" by Tonya Eberhard

“Following the Self-Repair Manifesto” by Tonya Eberhard

Tonya Eberhard's work has appeared in numerous literary magazines and e-zines. Her most recent work can be found in Picaroon Poetry, Viral Cat, The Voices Project, and The Were-Traveler. She lives in Minnesota.
"Eleven Oxidations of Iron" by Connor Rice

“Eleven Oxidations of Iron” by Connor Rice

Connor Douglas Rice writes poetry between stints at progressive political organizations. His work has appeared in print and online in the Kudzu Review and Weirderary magazine and more. He is currently based in Brooklyn.
"WAITING FOR THE END OF THE WORLD" by Ryan Skaryd

“WAITING FOR THE END OF THE WORLD” by Ryan Skaryd

Ryan Skaryd lives, writes, and teaches in Orlando where he is currently an MFA candidate in nonfiction at the University of Central Florida. Find him on Instagram @ryanohrama.
"Currency" by Christian Anton Gerard

“Currency” by Christian Anton Gerard

Christian Anton Gerard is the author of Holdfast (C&R Press, early 2018) and Wilmot Here, Collect For Stella (WordTech, 2014). He’s received Pushcart Prize nominations and Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference scholarships. He loves love and woodworking. Gerard is Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Writing at the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith.
"Shades of Blue" by Charlie Baylis

“Shades of Blue” by Charlie Baylis

Charlie Baylis  is from Nottingham, England. He studies irony in the back of his mind.  He has two pamphlets Elizabeth (agave press) and hilda doolittle´s carl jung t-shirt (erbacce), a poem of his will be featured in the ‘best new British and Irish poets 2017’ (Eyewear Press). 
"Visionary" by Eric Cline

“Visionary” by Eric Cline

Eric Cline is a Pushcart Prize nominee, weekly columnist for Five 2 One Magazine, and the founding Editor-in-Chief of Calamus Journal. His debut poetry chapbook, his strange boy eve, was published by Yellow Chair Press in September 2016. Twitter: @ericclinepoet
"Mound, the Second" by Nanor Abkarian

“Mound, the Second” by Nanor Abkarian

Nanor Lara Abkarian earned her MFA from Mills College and has worked as a teacher, tutor, production manager, and 30-second actress in a feature film. She lives and writes in Los Angeles.
"I put on your old jacket and walked" by Thomas Davis

“I put on your old jacket and walked” by Thomas Davis

Thomas Davis is a full time scientist and part time writer who's currently working on developing more poetry concerning life from a scientist's perspective.
"Solo Hollywood" by Russell Bennetts

“Solo Hollywood” by Russell Bennetts

Russell Bennetts is the editor of Berfrois. His books include Relentless (2014) and Poets for Corbyn (2015).
"Epilogue" by Korey Hurni

“Epilogue” by Korey Hurni

Korey Hurni was born and raised in Lansing, MI, and recently earned his MFA at Western Michigan University where he served as Poetry Editor for Third Coast.
"The time I realized I wasn’t white" by María Cristina Hall

“The time I realized I wasn’t white” by María Cristina Hall

María Cristina Hall writes poetry and edits for the literary magazines Mexico City Lit and La Cigarra. She is currently a professor of English at the Tec de Monterrey in Mexico City. Her work can be found in Apogee Journal, New Poetry, Surgam, Registro MX, and mcristinafernandez.net.