May Flowers Contest Poetry Winner: “Wildflowers” by Stacie Eirich

Lay me in a field of wildflowers, that I may bask in the honeyed scent of many-colored blossoms, bright canary yellows, gentle lilacs, smooth ivories, pale pinks and vivid oranges, deep indigos and ravishing reds, wet with fresh dew they glisten against my skin, that I may dream of a place where Spring is everlasting, … Continue reading May Flowers Contest Poetry Winner: “Wildflowers” by Stacie Eirich

May Flower Contest Fiction Winner: “The Phases of the Moon: One Sentence Story” by Mehreen Ahmed

It was in the afternoon when the poet looked out of the window, sitting against a pillow, he saw a perfectly rounded moon of a still shadow in the summer’s late noon, the moon was white, embryonic, waiting to replete which was the first phase of the moon, however, the poet also saw a beautiful … Continue reading May Flower Contest Fiction Winner: “The Phases of the Moon: One Sentence Story” by Mehreen Ahmed

Ranjit Kulkarni’s Two New Story Collections Out Now

Ranjit Kulkarni, who has shared his work in our journal throughout 2021, has two new story collections, Tough Love and Other Stories and Mind Games and Other Stories, published by Athena Creations in November and December of 2021. Details about these collections are below: Tough Love and Other Stories contains fourteen stories about people who … Continue reading Ranjit Kulkarni’s Two New Story Collections Out Now

Marianne Brems’ New Chapbook Out Now

Marianne Brems, who shared her work in our journal throughout 2019 and 2020, has a new chapbook Unsung Offerings that was published by Finishing Line Press in September 2021. Some of the poems in the chapbook include pieces published in this journal including “Seven Seconds” (October 30, 2019), “A Treelike Shape” (January 2019), and “Their … Continue reading Marianne Brems’ New Chapbook Out Now