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Gale Acuff
(summer 2008) Reception, Steps, Weather, Special Relativity, Gale Acuff’s Comments

Philip Alexander
(winter 2004) Arctic Mint Whip

Shane Allison
(spring 2004) Afternoon Pleasures, Cheap and Easy, To Do List for Justin, Uncut, The Man Who Ate His Penis, Shane Allison’s Comments
(winter 2010) Did You Read That Poem That Fag Wrote About Chris Meloni?

Lou Amodeo
(fall 2005) If You Leave Me Behind Now I Will Not Be the Same

Arlene Ang
(winter 2006) Scrying sand, Bloom, Mid-afternoon Over Montreal, This is not the first time you tasted sand, Counting, Arlene Ang’s Comments
(winter 2010) Excluding the Dead Girl from the Scene, Floating Face Down in the Water, We begin the day with two female corpses—, Undiscovered, Field Trip, Want, Arlene Ang’s Comments

Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz
(winter 2011) The Night We Met, Green Umbrella, Lilith, Teacher Evaluations, Thank You for Your Interest in Our Fellowship, Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz’s Comments
(spring 2012) February, July, November, Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz’s Comments

Jules Archer
(summer 2012) Personal Karaoke Time

Bob Arter
(winter 2005) Pictures of You, The Big Texan, Mating

Heather Austin
(winter 2010) All Exits Are Final

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Grant Bailie
(spring 2005) Know Your Material
(winter 2008) Evidence

Matt Baker
(winter 2007) Landing on the Moon
(fall 2007) Knuckleball
(summer 2009) Reunion

David Bates
(fall 2008) 4 Years of Dreaming Bees, Black Jack, CamelBack, the Ex-Private

Sylvie Beauvais
(spring 2012) Rosamonde Wakes

Matt Bell
(spring 2005) Twenty Fingers, Five Pop Quizzes, Ground Rules

Mike Berger
(spring 2010) Sanctuary, The Old Fisherman, Walking in Rain

Ethan Bernard
(fall 2008) My Bargain with Sharks, Sudoku on the Subway, This Is the Part Where I Tell You Something You Didn’t Know, Ethan Bernard’s Comments

Alexander Best
(summer 2005) Feet, This Poem’s About, The Book, Give Thanks #77, Can’t Put It in Words But I’ll Try, Alexander Best’s Comments
(summer 2007) Translation from the Gay, A Poet Travels the World Wide Web, Hard-Won Poem, Alexander Best’s Comments

Crispin Best
(summer 2012) im balls deep in your dad

Alan Black
(fall 2004) Five Photographs

Jeff Blechle
(winter 2005) Frito’s Last Play
(summer 2006) You Can’t Get Here from There

C.L. Bledsoe
(winter 2005) Moving, Must See, The Movies, C.L. Bledsoe’s Comments

Laurel Blossom
(winter 2004) Tropics N, The North Pole, Tropics S
(summer 2010) Anchorage, Moscow, Noumea, Laurel Blossom’s Comments

Z.Z. Boone
(fall 2009) Fat

Eric Bosse
(fall 2012) The Invisible World

Kelly Boyker
(summer 2011) Anatomy Lesson, Defenestration, The Double-Eyed Man, Naugahyde, Open Letter to the Developer of the X-Ray, Pillar Saint, Kelly Boyker’s Comments

Robert Bradley
(summer 2009) Nine Stories

Stella Brice
(summer 2008) At Night, Long Ago, Her Snaky Locks, Some Holes, Billy Underground, How Is God?, Stella Brice’s Comments

Gary Britson
(spring 2005) The Cold
(winter 2006) Riverbanking

Karen Britten
(fall 2011) The Miracle

Jai Britton
(winter 2007) Lucy of Eyes, The Garden of Tolerance and Truth, Gristle, Keraunophobia, A Runcible Spoon, Jai Britton’s Comments

Anthony Bromberg
(spring 2010) I Am Your Car

Randall Brown
(winter 2005) A Plane to Catch, Comfortable, Waiting for the Punch Line, Sucking Up the Sun, Toward the End Zone, Rabbit Head in Hand
(spring 2009) Eight Micros, What Is Microfiction? A debate between microfictionists Joseph Young and Randall Brown
(summer 2011) Agoraphobia, Eight Inches, Not Four, Here Goes, I Never Cried Again, Rain, Seriously

Terri Brown-Davidson
(fall 2004) Pre-Surgery: A Dream of Dead Dogs Lying Open-Mouthed by the Road, Epistemology (From the Perspective of Philosophy-School Dropout), When I Craved a Vision of Kahlo in the Bath, Dinosaur Bones: Forty-Six and Four, Madness, An Obsession with de Kooning, The Menopausal Recluse Courts the Ghosts of Good Will, The Neighbor’s Drawing, Terri Brown-Davidson’s Comments
(spring 2005) Dear Reader, I Love the Third Person, Dian Fossey Clasps Digit’s Hair, Brown-Davidson’s Self-Centered Poem(s), Washing Grapes with Mei Li, The Transitory Self Confronted with Ant Hills, A Minuscule Wedge of Zen Brain-Space, Pre-Six Feet Under: If I Never Sleep, To Be Conscious of the Self at the Exact Second It’s Released
(spring 2006) The Mind Body Problem
(spring 2008) This Primal Rapture: Five Poems
(summer 2011) Blue Notes, Dangerous, The Impulse Toward Formalism, Assaulted and Beaten Senseless by Poetry, The Yellow-Room Moment, Terri Brown-Davidson’s Comments

Emily Brungo
(spring 2006) Czech Slut Chic (Prague, July 1999), Groundhog Day (1994)/The Last Temptation of Christ (1988), Freeway Lanes

Daphne Buter
(spring 2004) I Think You Should Bury That Cadaver, Feeling Lonely, Watching a Machine, I’m So Glad I’m Not Jesus, I’ll Tell You What I See Outside My Window, Don’t Buy Me This Crap, Will You?, Daphne Buter’s Comments
(winter 2006) Five Photographs
(spring 2007) Take Good Care of the Girls. Adios!
(spring 2008) Blame It on the Bricks
(summer 2010) Hell Dogs
(winter 2013) Why Did You Visit the Zoo on a Day like This?

Vadim Bystritski
(fall 2006) Bandiera Rossa, Gleb’s Story, The Last Leaf, Vadim Bystritski’s Comments

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Gary Cadwallader
(summer 2003) A Perfect Love
(summer 2005) Tobias the Bruiser Grabs My Nickel, Those Men She Made Kings, The Meek

Mary Caldwell-Cane
(summer 2009) The Beginning of Over, the problem with virtual places, Ootheca, Mary Caldwell-Kane’s Comments

Jeffrey S. Callico
(spring 2005) Passage, The Training Room, Death Watch, The Ride

Lara Candland
(spring 2010) a hoard of gems, globe—bashful—humming, the beetle’s ordination, the timbral flickers—, Lara Candland’s Comments

Joshua Ben-Noah Carlson
(spring 2010) Tide Pool
(winter 2009) A Start

Patrick Carrington
(fall 2006) Searching for Things to Worship, La Jolla, Inking the Road Again, The Essex

Susan H. Case
(summer 2005) Da I Numeri (He Gives Numbers): The Proposal, Lose 30 Pounds in 30 Days, Six Easy Steps, Crystallized, Couple at the Next Table, Susan H. Case’s Comments

Damian Caudill
(summer 2011) In Florida, A Mouthful, Naming It, In Which I Find Myself Reeling Somewhere Outside Parma, Ohio, Damian Caudill’s Comments

Cheryl Chambers
(fall 2006) In My Defense, You, I Imagine Sandburg, and Me, Reading an Interview with Anita Desai
(spring 2008) The Keyhole, Snakes, The Thirteenth Light, When You Become a Forgotten King, Have You Made It This Far? Cheryl Chambers’ Comments

Ellen Champagne
(fall 2003) Absorbed

Jamez Chang
(winter 2013) Tonight, Rhoden Robbins Throws a Fit, Arm & Hammer, Impossible Joy, Good Guy with a Gun, Jamez Chang’s Comments

Kim Chinquee
(fall 2005) Ragged Clothes
(spring 2009) Eight Micros

Dave Clapper
(spring 2005) Improbable Bodies, Spike. Resonance., Already Dead
(winter 2010) Law & Order: The Rapture

Jai Clare
(fall 2005) Butterfly and Brittle Bones, too pristine, Limbo Hours
(fall 2006) More Moments of Sheer Joy

Myfanwy Collins
(summer 2004) Four Times Crossed, Ascension, Dishes, Skunked, Weak
(spring 2007) Macaw, Infinity, Shame, Myfanwy Collins’s Comments
(spring 2011) Blood Clot

John Colvin
(summer 2006) Rock
(winter 2007) The Candy Tree

Michael Cooper
(spring 2012) The Love Boat, Andy’s Graffiti, Pink Lady, Sodium, Werewolves, Michael Cooper’s Comments

Thomas Cooper
(summer 2010) Storm Drain Bob

Lydia Copeland
(spring 2009) Nine Micros

Louie Crew
(summer 2004) Your Rich Chocolate
(winter 2007) Selected Gay Nursery Rhymes, Paradise in the Hood, Calling All Epic Seers, At the 25-Cent Movies, Louie Crew’s Comments
(winter 2009) Lula Gaines, 1905-82

Sara Crowley
(fall 2009) Ha Ha Bonk
(summer 2012) Life Is Time Consuming

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Barbara Daniels
(spring 2006) Television, 1995, Assorted Hurts, Running, Barbara Daniels’ Comments

Carl Miller Daniels
(winter 2006) blue carpet, faltering, too beautiful, pure pleasures, thematic musings, beautiful male flesh, captured, Carl Miller Daniels’ Comments

Nadine Darling
(spring 2007) Radio, Arm, Five

Donavon Davidson
(winter 2013) The Broom Closet, Scenes with a Black Cat, When the Lights Went Out, Donavon Davidson’s Comments

John Davis Jr.
(summer 2006) Where Our Tunnels Went, The Adolescent Litmus Test, Upon My Son’s Naptime, The Short End, To Jenny, Who Sold Me Her Lit. Book, John Davis Jr.’s Comments

Lucille Lang Day
(winter 2006) Illusions, Two Honeymoons and a Movie, The Flooded Basement, Lucille Lang Day’s Comments
(spring 2012) Thinking of Barbara Rogers’ Paintings During the Storm, On Facebook, Abandoning Lilac, Elegant Toe, Climbing the Leaning Tower, Lucille Lang Day’s Comments

Neil de la Flor and Maureen Seaton
(summer 2010) The Ansonia Ghost, The Blood Prophet, The Boy in the Water, Flying Man, Mythomania, Neil de la Flor and Maureen Seaton’s Comments

Tara Deal
(summer 2007) Romance, Tourist Trap, Situation at the Coast, Tara Deal’s Comments

Cassandra de Alba
(fall 2012) City that Care Forgot, Going Home for Christmas, Traje de novia, Leaving New Hampshire, Cassandra de Alba’s Comments

Mark DeCarteret
(summer 2005) lazy poem, summerlove, mouthsum, original love, falling, Mark DeCarteret’s Comments

Terry DeHart
(summer 2005) On the Zac, Love Meal #3009, The Storm, Clear Cut

Sierra DeMulder
(winter 2012) The Genius: Five Poems

Ryan Dilbert
(fall 2008) Anything Was Anything, Selling the Mini-Dolphins, Silverfish, Thailand, Treasure Island

Danielle DuBois
(summer 2012) Tender Problems

Monic Ductan
(summer 2013) Dreaming in Louisiana, Green Pepper Story, In Appreciation of Men's Hands, Monic Ductan’s Comments

Peggy Duffy
(winter 2005) Suspension

Gabe Durham
(spring 2010) Fun Camp: Eight Flashes

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Alison Eastley
(summer 2004) Yellow Soap Signature, Yellow and Blue, 28, The Practice of Physiognomy, Horizon of the Sea, Epileptic Sour Herrings
(fall 2012) My Beautiful Sleeping Hermaphrodite: By Day and By Night

Stevie Edwards
(winter 2011) Poem for My First Cigarette, The Story of a Weathered Woman, Sleepwalking Through Another Morning Commute, The Best Clean, Before We Bed Down into Loves We Won’t Keep Long, What Love Must Mean to You, Father

Anne Elliott
(summer 2007) War

Craig English
(winter 2006) Chesapeake Fred

Phil Estes
(summer 2009) Dream about my future, after the big bomb planes of the spy army swarm the capitol, Belgium, Belgium, Kansas City (Elegy to John Belushi), Colts Fan, Phil Estes’s Comments
(winter 2010) Love Poem to Detective Megan Wheeler, Special Case Squad

LA EnoaraF
(a.k.a. Al Faraone)
Cover Art, Issue 1, Summer 2003; Cover Art, Issue 2, Fall 2003; Cover Art, Issue 3, Winter 2004; Cover Art, Issue 4, Spring 2004; Cover Art, Issue 5, Summer 2004; Cover Art, Issue 7, Winter 2005; Cover Art, Issue 8, Spring 2005; Cover Art, Issue 9, Summer 2005; Cover Art, Issue 10, Fall 2005; Cover Art, Issue 11, Winter 2006; Cover Art, Issue 12, Spring 2006; Cover Art, Issue 13, Summer 2006; Cover Art, Issue 14, Fall 2006; Cover Art, Issue 15, Winter 2007; Cover Art, Issue 16, Spring 2007; Cover Art, Issue 17, Summer 2007; Cover Art, Issue 18, Fall 2007; Cover Art, Issue 19, Winter 2008; Cover Art, Issue 20, Spring 2008; Cover Art, Issue 21, Summer 2008; Cover Art, Issue 22, Fall 2008; Cover Art, Issue 23, Winter 2009; Cover Art, Issue 24, Spring 2009; Cover Art, Issue 25, Summer 2009; Cover Art, Issue 26, Fall 2009; Cover Art, Issue 27, Winter 2010; Cover Art, Issue 28, Spring 2010; Cover Art, Issue 29, Spring 2010; Cover Art, Issue 30, Fall 2010; Cover Art, Issue 31, Winter 2010; Cover Art, Issue 32, Spring 2010; Cover Art, Issue 33, Summer 2011; Cover Art, Issue 34, Fall 2011

David Erlewine
(fall 2009) What I’d Say

Ali Eteraz
(fall 2011) A Dream: America 2060, Suicide Bomber on eBay, Forces of You

Vivian Eyre
(winter 2011) The Art of Becoming, What Follows, Late Interiors, The Sorry State of Paper Napkins, My Father’s Sketchbook, Vivian Eyre’s Comments

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Adam Falkner
(spring 2012) The War in Baltimore, Jazz on Rue de la Huchette, Part II: The Day Michael Dies, Poem for the Lovers at Pickerel Lake

Kerry Faraone
(fall 2003) Photograph of George Washington Bridge

Sean Farragher
(spring 2005) Tsunami, No Milk and Cookies, Purgatory
(winter 2010) Serial Murder: Invisible Color Runs Its Race to Cops on the Job in NYC Poetry Reading Houses Above Fond Repute in 1975

Kathy Fish
(summer 2004) Talking About Ernie Banks, The Lane Girls, Maidenhead to Oxford, Wren
(winter 2007) Wild Yellow Dog, Giant Red Fox, Coffee, Laundry, Dry Cleaners: A Conversation with a Child, A Monkey’s Wedding, Bread
(spring 2009) Baby Baby: Eight Micros
(fall 2010) Blooms

Erin Fitzgerald
(fall 2011) Signs and Symptoms, Wonder, The Right Thing to Do, Erin Fitzgerald’s Comments
(summer 2012) I Wish I Was Kidding

Heather Fowler
(winter 2006) Vivandiere’s Pass

Michael Fowler
(fall 2004) 18

Jason Fraley
(fall 2006) A Letter Melodramatically Entitled Aftermath, Parable of Self-Discovery, I Heard About the End of the World in My Sunday School Class, A Room Full of Blind, Old Men, Rewriting Genesis, A Better View

Stefanie Freele
(summer 2008) The Space Between Two Sentences

David Fromm
(summer 2003) Terrorist Network

Rebekah Frumkin
(fall 2006) The New Lincoln

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David Gaffney
(summer 2006) Special Pudding

Lou Gaglia
(spring 2011) Private Eye

Liz Gallagher
(spring 2007) Roots: Sold to an Unidentified Telephone Bidder, Breakfast Cereals, Picasso, and a Sexual Snap, The Wrong Miracle, An Agenda in a Green Zone

Daniel Gallik
(fall 2004) One Distressed Male and His Moods, My Wife’s Marriage Defined in Third Person?Hopefully Distorted, Happily Awake, and Honestly Exposed, “Das hat kein Goethe g’shrieben, das hat kein Schiller g’dicht...”, A Goodbye from a Large Fish, Head of John the Baptist, Incoherent, Ideational Phantasms, Man’s Duty to Suppress Disturbances, The Endemic Race of Man, The Noncomplicity of Language Leads to the Advent of Massive Episodes, Daniel Gallik’s Comments
(winter 2006) To Find Something Not There, The Iridescent Blue Body of Our World, The Continuous Horrible Spectacle, Daniel Gallik’s Comments
(summer 2010) A Bustling Metropolis, Linn & the Woman on the Phone Should Run for Office, Middle Class Poetic Lives, The Tumble of Images in a Paradym, Soaring, Daniel Gallik’s Comments

Martin Galvin
(fall 2005) Goat Farming at Flat Rock, High-Heeled Woman, An Irish Lasagna, Old Photograph, Immigrant with Flowers, Martin Galvin’s Comments
(fall 2007) Parentals, Summer Spikes, Gardener, Likenesses, Martin Galvin’s Comments
(winter 2012) Fingering a Way to Count, Mummers’ Day on Broad Street, Tattooed Med Student, Second Light at the Uffizi, Martin Galvin’s Comments

Faith Gardner
(winter 2013) Lucky Beneficiary

Scott Garson
(spring 2008) Young Frankenstein, Diversion, Ditched, Scott Garson’s Comments
(spring 2009) Eight Micros
(summer 2012) Dejambonate

Clifford Garstang
(fall 2010) Last Lilacs

Tamie Gaudet
(winter 2007) A Lesson, Porch Swing, Inhale, Janice Cuts the Grass, Talk to Me, Tamie Gaudet’s Comments

Molly Gaudry
(summer 2009) by muscles of the upper limb—, by muscular system of the upper limb and its function—, Molly Gaudry’s Comments

Roxane Gay
(winter 2010) Law & Order: The Complete Series
(summer 2012) Very Lovely Ending

Matt Getty
(winter 2006) Whatever God Blesses Us With
(summer 2008) When My Girlfriend Lost the Weight
(winter 2012) Keeping Susie Whole

Alicia Gifford
(summer 2007) Desilu, Three Cameras
(winter 2010) Ugly, Tasty, SVU
(summer 2011) Comedy Central

Jennifer Gillespie
(fall 2004) Life Drawing, Pinwheel, Rubbing, Wild Earth, Jennifer Gillespie’s Comments

Steven Gillis
(summer 2005) Courting Jane

Elizabeth P. Glixman
(fall 2011) Emergency Radios and Gauze, Can You Ever Have Enough?, The Man from TSA—Unrequited Love Did Not Stop Glenn Close, My Fish Is a Fan of Elwood P. Dowd, July 4th Past, The Inconvenience of Trash, Elizabeth P. Glixman’s Comments
(spring 2010) Nolen’s Vegetable Garden: The Hand He Was Given, The Real Estate Lady, What Other People Think: Three Possibilities, She Talks About Her Goat in the Afterlife, The Death of a Roach, Elizabeth P. Glixman’s Comments
(winter 2007) Painted Stories from the Dutch
(fall 2005) Bones, Ash, Pearls, Furry Boys, Henry, It Has To Do with Barrenness, Chocolate Circles, Skin, No Growth Hormones, The Rapture, I Ask for Stories, Circling, Ride to Slaughter
(summer 2004) Questioned

Shane Graber
(spring 2010) Memorial, Classic, Souvenir, Save, Shane Graber’s Comments

Barry Graham
(winter 2009) A Perfect E Flat, Stalemate, Survival, Barry Graham’s Comments
(spring 2009) The Same Story: Nine Micros

Katrina Gray
(summer 2012) Ms. Bloom’s Day: A Twitter Stream of Consciousness

Richard Grayson
(summer 2004) The Boy Who Could Draw Dr. King
(summer 2005) Land of the Golden Giants

Brad Green
(winter 2011) Yet the Sea Is Not Full
(summer 2012) #DAMNED AND #SAVED

Meridith Gresher
(fall 2005) Eighty Eight, Under the Words, No Place Like Homme, With Each Day More, After the Cops, Long Live Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, The Double Yellow Lines, Meridith Gresher’s Comments
(fall 2006) The Narrator Finds then Leaves Helen with G. I. Joe, Helen of Troy Repeats the Past, Helen Pities Menelaus, The Narrator Explores Beauty in Movement, The Narrator Relates Helen to the Pleiades, The Narrator Listens to Cello Sonata No.2 in F Major, Op.99 by Johannes Brahms and Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser, The Narrator Hangs Out in a Bar (Pling), The Narrator Encounters Death, Helen Learned to Fish from Her Father, Meridith Gresher’s Comments

John Grey
(winter 2006) Troubled?, Exiled, College Town
(fall 2007) Tornado Talk, Flowers in Our Neighborhood, Soul Man, Rain Reasoning

Susan Grimm
(spring 2007) You Will Know Them by Their Signs, Against the Beloved as Wisp, Memorial

Elaine Gulker (a.k.a. Al Faraone)
(winter 2010) Episode Thirty-Three

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Jake Hajer
(summer 2009) Sweaty Puppet, Vaquero and Hustler, A Season to Remember, Fawning,Hell’s Fall Festival,Jake Hajer’s Comments

Jenny Halper
(fall 2009) The Smallest One, The Hour of Indetermination, Arlene and Isaline, Jenny Halper’s Comments

William Reese Hamilton
(spring 2011) Sans Merci

Judd Hampton
(fall 2004) Some of Them Involve Rope

Steve Hansen
(spring 2004) What God Has Made Crooked

Brian Hardie
(summer 2005) Eating Raw Bread with a Mammoth, Attracting Worms on July Something—

Season Harper-Fox
(fall 2007) Me and Marilyn, Tripping in Lincoln, Snakes in the Material, Season Harper-Fox’s Comments

Kristen Havens
(spring 2003) Benediction, Paranoia, Procrastination, Anger, and Insomnia

Lois Beebe Hayna
(fall 2010) The Presence of Absence, To Be Continued, Hex, October Music, Lois Beebe Hayna’s Comments

Martin Heavisides
(fall 2009) Moments of Truth: Poems

Allison Heim
(winter 2005) But Love has pitched his mansion in the place of excrement, Trash Day in L.A., Between Weeds

Lauren Henley
(spring 2011) The Finding: Eight Poems

Donora Hillard
(summer 2010) Champ, Economy, Sizing Up the Vagabond, The Night Before the Wedding, Donora Hillard’s Comments

John Oliver Hodges
(fall 2008) The Author’s Wife, The Ice Across the Trail, Icon in Green, Kaagwaataan Colleague, Scree, John Oliver Hodges’ Comments

Crystal J. Hoffman
(winter 2009) Aubade, Because It’s October, and Rivers Don’t Freeze, Hey, you lookin’? The crack-head on Libery and Taylor, With my own eyes, I saw the Sybil hanging in a cage, Crystal J. Hoffman’s Comments

Tiff Holland
(winter 2009) Cracker Jack, Percale, Two Handed, Tiff Holland’s Comments
(spring 2009) Nine Micros
(winter 2011) Homing, Snow Globe, Dial-a-Date, Tiff Holland’s Comments
(winter 2013) Temporary Membership

Jessica Hollander
(summer 2010) Staring Contests

Katherine Holmes
(summer 2006) The Idea of Permanence
(summer 2008) Nyneve, Pulp, The summoning, Triassic atonal, Twisted tree, Katherine Holmes’ Comments

Paul Hostovsky
(spring 2005) Riddle, Mnemonics, Stamina, Massage Parlor, Greenhouse, Paul Hostovsky’s Comments
(spring 2006) Fit Punishment, Woman with Chrysanthemum (Degas), Different People, My Letter to the Parking Clerk, Paul Hostovsky’s Comments
(spring 2007) Woo, Torso, Travelogue, Happiness, Evil, Paul Hostovsky’s Comments
(winter 2008) Locust, Naughtons’s Quarters, Postmortem, Paul Hostovsky’s Comments
(winter 2012) Beauty Remains Beside the Point, Why It Hurts So Much, Other People’s Pain, Why the Music Makes Us Cry, A Woman Taking Off Her Shirt

Dave Housley
(spring 2006) Fight Club Club

Brian Howell
(winter 2004) The Sound of White Ants
(fall 2005) Disappearing

Amorak Huey
(winter 2013) Blind Buck Williams’ Last Meal at Parchman Farm, The Older Brother’s Guide to Cheating at Monopoly, Six Years in Sudbury, Ontario, Trickster Sings the Blues, Whiskey Blues, Amorak Huey’s Comments

Justin Hyde
(fall 2007) if i were a woman, little park around the block from my house, it didn’t work out, reading war of the worlds to my son, our own assess to the fire trump morals every time, Justin Hyde’s Comments

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Margaret B. Ingraham
(fall 2011) To Paint the Purple Finch, Another Special Relativity, Keeping Silence

Alexandra Isacson
(summer 2009) Sittings, Suspended Animation, The Dead Syphilitics’ Society, Vincent,Lascaux,Naked Religion, Alexandra Isacson’s Comments

Samia Islam
(fall 2006) To be continued, The night crawlers, I also burn, Dreaming sea, River, Deluge

Marty D. Ison
(fall 2003) La Vie

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Beverly A. Jackson
(fall 2008) To Be Water, I am moonlight walking, Night Train to Vancouver, Penumbra, Deconstruction, Beverly A. Jackson’s Comments

Jac Jemc
(spring 2010) Madness Is Doing the Same Thing Over and Over and Expecting Different Results

Richard Jespers
(summer 2006) Snarked

Liesl Jobson
(winter 2004) Arms and Wings
(spring 2004) Journal of a Premmie
(winter 2008) Vessel, The Corner of My Eye …, Idioms

Kima Jones
(summer 2012) The Dissection

Tim Jones-Yelvington
(winter 2010) Law & Order: Viewers Like Us (An Episode Guide)

K
Drew Kalbach
(summer 2009) Her Haunted Lake, That Place Where Legs Meet Torso, Kidnapping Comma Birthdays, Living in the Medicine Cabinet,Drew Kalbach’s Comments

Stephanie Kallos
(fall 2003) The Failure of Therapy

Ryan Kamstra
(summer 2003) The Objects

Paul Kavanagh
(winter 2006) Ships

Kit Kennedy
(summer 2006) Hand Basket, In a Dream Yesterday These Are the Words, Pearscape, I Used to Think, A Valediction: Let Us Not End on the Sinister

Zin Kenter
(fall 2010) The Man with the Nose in His Living Room, Harold, Doodle, Zin Kenter’s Comments

Timothy Kercher
(fall 2010) Breaking Up, The Dung Pile, Winter Gudauri, Republic of Georgia, The Kiss, My Right Shoe, Timothy Kercher’s Comments

A.S. King
(winter 2008) Leroy Can Tell You When

Laurence Klavan
(winter 2013) The Core

Iskandar Kley
(summer 2004) Photograph 1, Photograph 2, Photograph 3, Photograph 4, Photograph 5

Nance Knauer
(summer 2004) Johnny, Luce & Johnny, Otter, Perfect, Shelley
(spring 2007) How They Talk

Andrea Kneeland
(spring 2011) Berrigan Translations: Four Poems

Miriam N. Kotzin
(winter 2005) Adumbration, Fishwife, Second Nature, Miriam N. Kotzin’s Comments
(summer 2011) The Listener, Miriam N. Kotzin’s Comments

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Charles Lambert
(fall 2004) Nipples

Jeff Landon
(winter 2005) Castanets, Catholic Girls
(fall 2007) Al Green (winter 2011)
Nobody Like You: Six Stories, Crush: Four Stories,Jeff Landon’s Comments

Tara Laskowski
(winter 2012) The Etiquette of Infertility

Law & Order Issue
(winter 2010) The entire issue is here!

Delphine Lecompte
(summer 2004) i marvel at your quiff, the night before maff’s suicide, maff’s dead, for the cunt who spawned me, Dear Noel

Charles Lennox
(summer 2009) Hyena Ha Ha, Touching the Spine, Pups, The Burning People, One Day a Lion, Charles Lennox’s Comments

Michael Leone
(spring 2008) Out of the Valley

Nathan Leslie
(spring 2006) Tart

Anthony Liccione
(fall 2006) The Means of Life, from an Apple, At Gunpoint, U-Turn, On the Run, Spoon and Fork, Anthony Liccione’s Comments

Lyn Lifshin
(summer 2004) First Day of School, Going to the Catholic School, Sitting in the Brown Chair With Let’s Pretend on the Radio, Nights It Was Too Hot to Stay in the Apartment, Some Afternoons When Nobody Was Fighting, September 28, 1999
(fall 2009) The Cousin’s Party, Estelle, Star Stones, I Think of My Grandfather, If My Grandmother Could Have Written a Postcard to the Sister Left Behind, Photograph, My Father Tells Us About Leaving Vilnius, Lyn Lifshin’s Comments

James Lineberger
(summer 2005) go figure, i’d like to fit you into this, i never wanted to chase butterflies, the circling years, James Lineberger’s Comments

Mark Lipowicz
(fall 2005) Baby That’s Great You Barely Scratched It, Compass, Dolly@, Live Forever and Worry, Mark Lipowicz’s Comments

Kirsty Logan
(spring 2011) Love Riot: A Manual

Justin Long-Moton
(spring 2012) Brew, Dodging Traffic, Sometimes all it takes is FAITH, Wombs Bloom

Julien Longo
(spring 2006) First Love, Holy Mother, Wanting, Finding God

Robert Lopez
(spring 2006) Herculaneum, Man on a Train with Flowers, Full Frontal Nudity

Kelly Luce
(winter 2013) Another Night Drive, Enterprise, Outside Joshua Tree, Walking with Jun, North Rim Love Song, Kelly Luce’s Comments

Wenonah Lyon
(summer 2003) Happy Birthday

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P.H. Madore
(summer 2007) Another Fallen Fall Day, Dust Waiting to Happen, Dear Dad, P.H. Madore’s Comments

Dennis Mahagin
(summer 2003) Billy, Ray, and Melvin Have Their Say
(spring 2004)
The Heart Is a Breeze-Blown Pussy Willow
(fall 2005) Things the Apprentice Poet Saw Shortly After Shoving the Peyote Button as Far Up His Rectum as It Would Possibly Go, Now See, Herr Doktor, O.J. and Robert Blake Backslap Like Crack-Addled Rappers on the Quay of Scenic Ponchartrain Lake, Ron Popeil Would Like to Suck Out All Your Juicy Bone Marrow with His Jaundiced Barnabus Collins Incisors, I Predict These Very Words Will Appear to Me in the Future as Quite Trite, Cloying, and in Fact Maddeningly Amorphous, It Ain’t Berklee College of Music, But You Can Max Out Student Loans Here—and Get Friggy with the Skin-Chilling Drum Circles, Dennis Mahagin’s Comments
(winter 2007) Ghazal of the Sucking Chest Wound, Ghazal of Mass Destruction, Ghazal of the C-4 and 72 Afterlife Whores, Colorful Ghazal Scrawled on an Electroshock Toilet Stall at Abu Ghraib Prison, Ghazal of the Disembodied, Dennis Mahagin’s Comments
(winter 2008) Can Somebody Please Clean the KY Off Q’s EKG?, Quenapril’s 24-Hour Bug, Dennis Mahagin’s Comments
(winter 2009) Bi-Polar Pomade Villanelle, Michael Stipe Is a Gus Hansen Look-Alike With Unfortunate Facial Staphylococcus , Sonnets of Propinquity , Quenapril’s Living Will , Dennis Mahagin”s Comments
(winter 2010) Waterston Makes a Mental Note to Dock the Incorporeal Bailiff , Fred Thompson Is the True Anti Muse with Portable Klieg Lights from Hades, The 23 Anaphylactic Perforations of D’Onofrio, Lennie Briscoe Is Clocking You, That Major Scale Crime Theme You’ve Been Humming All Along Is Really a Love Song, Detective Hargitay Gets an Earful of Her Favorite Psychological Profiler, Drunk Dialing on Speed, Dennis Mahagin's Comments

Ravi Mangla
(winter 2009) Breaking News, Flemish Art, Please Mail This In With Your Warranty, Ravi Mangla’s Comments
(summer 2012) But Enough About Me

Kuzhali Manickavel
(summer 2008) The Sugargun Fairy

(winter 2010) Notes Made in Connection with the Disappearance of a Boy Outside the Tropicool Icy-Land Urban Indian Slum as Investigated by the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Kea Marie
(fall 2011) The Pit

Mike Markel
(fall 2005) The Apology

Stephen Massimilla
(winter 2011) In Pieces, Cynewulf Beneath the Hemlock Trees, Cathedral, Frank Dark, Southern Undertow, Stephen Massimilla’s Comments

David McAleavey
(winter 2013) The cure, Friday night dinner and a movie, My love is as, Parasols and parasailing, Penguins are rare, David McAleavey’s Comments

Laura McCullough
(fall 2010) When I Was Growing Up, And Some Join the Military, My Daughter Lost Her First Tooth Today, Laura McCullough’s Comments

Rusty McGee
(summer 2012) Observations of a Very English Nature in This Jubilee Year

Rachel McKibbens
(spring 2010) Faith, The Doghouse, Tomatoes and Daffodils, Rachel McKibbens’ Comments
(fall 2008) CitySights, The Lovers, in Bed, May Day, 1947, Pushing Daisies, The Widower, Rachel McKibbens’ Comments

Mark McLaren
(spring 2008) Typical Soup and Toes: Four Stories

Ross McMeekin
(winter 2012) Before the Thaw

Michael McWey
(spring 2007) Sympathy

Jalina Mhyana
(spring 2007) Likenesses, Walking in Tokyo, Our Pitcher Plant, Church in Basic Training, What Age Brings

Microfiction Issue
(spring 2009) The entire issue is here!

Billy Middleton
(summer 2010) Trolls

Jennifer Miller
(fall 2003) Love Poem Number 2: Catch, Love Poem Number 3: Trial , Love Poem Number 5: Frame, Love Poem Number 6: Ambrosia With My Rice, Please, Love Poem Number 9: The Grotesque Womb: Empty

Mary Miller
(fall 2006) A Game of Pool, Hunger, Boyfriend, Dislocation, Debutante, Mary Miller’s Comments
(winter 2009) Every Day, Los Angeles, Tilted, Mary Miller’s Comments
(spring 2009) Six Micros

Sue Miller
(winter 2008) Forbidden Salad, Limit, Peace, Listen, Sue Miller’s Comments

John Minichillo
(fall 2010) In Thirty Minutes or It’s Free
(summer 2012) Everything Tastes better from a Star Wars Lunchbox

Gwendolyn Joyce Mintz
(fall 2004) Wasted Vacations, On the Wind, a Lullaby, Hush Child Shhh, The Weight of Them, Lesson
(winter 2006) More Like Her, The Story of My Life So Far

David Mohan
(summer 2013) Date Night, The Satellite Town, Runaway

George Moore
(fall 2009) I Am Impossibly Accidental, Anniversaries in April, Children’s Drawings of the Universe, From a Short Distance, George Moore’s Comments

Dave Morrison
(winter 2006) QuickieMart, Eighteen and Pretty, Every Picture Tells Story, Toby, Dave Morrison’s Comments

P.L. Mosher
(fall 2005) Fishing, This Time, Car Wreck, Saint Death, A Beautiful Boy, P.L. Mosher’s Comments

Gary Moshimer
(summer 2013) Wig, Division, Sundays
(winter 2012) Lifeline

Thylias Moss
(spring 2008) Bubble Carver, Bubble Me, Cogs in the Glass Machine, Thylias Moss’s Comments

Sumanta Mukherjee
(spring 2006) Hardwar (photograph)

Sean Patrick Mulroy
(spring 2012) fishing, Hermes opens up, something I said, the warsaw zoo in time of war, wight, Sean Patrick Mulroy’s Comments

Rich Murphy
(summer 2006) Assimilating Astronomers, Genesis, Bog Gob, The Hunchback’s Rhythm, Rich Murphy’s Comments

Kristine Ong Muslim
(spring 2008) The Secret Elements of Sleep, Fishermen at Paradise Cocktail Resort, 1997, One afternoon, after the storm, Some New House

John Myers
(fall 2010) Administration, The Love Poem., Cider Wise, Eyebrows Don furls., Wherein be as marigolds,, Wherein I redact my love poem.

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Kate Nacy
(summer 2013) Sometimes They Hide in the Bush

Stefani Nellen
(summer 2007) My Brother, My Father, Metaphors; or: A Headless Rat, Wrinkled Eyelid, Stefani Nellen’s Comments

Shayn Nicely
(winter 2008) a bag a bone a house of dust, Daphne’s Body in Rupert’s Bathroom, The Ona-Noa

Alec Niedenthal
(spring 2010) Dawn Jean Crawford, How to Be a Good Mother to Me, Father Goes to Work, Father Speaks, Gun, Alec Niedenthal’s Comments

Athena Nilssen
(fall 2012) Dream while sick 5 pm on a Saturday, My brains on the floor, Child in the Backseat of Ford Taurus, blackblue bird head with such alert eyes, Oh Leary, nothing’s so dreary as a garden without orange sunshine. Athena Nilssen’s Comments

Dan Nowak
(fall 2005) I’ll Take SuperFriends Any Day, Promoting World Peace, Borroughs at Midnight, Giving Directions, Dan Nowak’s Comments

O
S. Ramos O’Briant
(summer 2004) Of Nuns and the Demimonde

Maurice Oliver
(spring 2011) With Zeroes After It, & Discontent’s Breath, Ballerina-Themed, Inquisitive.Introspective.But Lacking Crawlspace, A Fancier Labrador Pasta, With Egret Feather in My Apology, Maurice Oliver’s Comments
(summer 2007) Beauty vs. Bedsores, Utopia, Lip-Synching the Words, Howl. Yell. Scream. Or Whimper., A Comic Strip Just Out of Rehab, A Documentary Unraveled by Butterflies, Maurice Oliver’s Comments
(winter 2005) Feel Connected, “Head Injury” Sonnet, “Lick-On Visions” Sonnet, “Since You Asked” Sonnet, Morning Eats Its Hinges, Nice Pants, Plainly Wrapped, Same Feeling, But Mine, Try This Scenario, Wish Granted, Maurice Oliver’s Comments

Stephen Oliver
(spring 2005) Credo, The Heart’s Enclosure, Eastern Seaboard, October 1

Thomas O’Malley
(summer 2005) The Road to Emain

Suzanne Ondrus
(winter 2009) Fruit Withheld, Fully Colored Green, On Stage, Scratching Back, Self Possession, Seven Yesterdays and Todays, A Significant Reason, A Single Breath, Suzanne Ondrus’s Comments

Emily O’Neill
(fall 2012) Caught in Bruce’s Mouth, March Fourth, vagrant magic, Flung, Phone Call with the North End, Emily O’Neill’s Comments

Valerie O’Riordan
(winter 2013) Turbulence, An Owl with Hands, The Man in the Keith Moon T-Shirt, Valerie O’Riordan’s Comments

Gabriel Orgrease
(spring 2005) Chernobyl Breathes Through Us, The Making of “Chernobyl Breathes Through Us,” Gabriel Orgrease’s Comments
(spring 2008) Hypnotism of Animals

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Salvatore Pane
(winter 2011) Man of Ego, Man of Hubris, Save Us from the Sun
(summer 2012) Carmelo Anthony

Cami Park
(summer 2006) Mountain Country, The Oddest Thing Ever Found in a Pocket, The Fable of the Fox and the Grapes

Bobby Parker
(fall 2010) Snot, Sparks, Toys, Fire, Bobby Parker’s Comments
(winter 2012) Dropping the C-Bomb on Jesus, Winston Churchill with Tatty Shoes, God’s Finger, Brian Wilson, Bobby Parker’s Comments

Ellen Parker
(summer 2003) Excerpts from a Google search for the word “Frigg”

Patricia Parkinson
(fall 2007) Grief Counseling, The Monkey Tree, Horseshoes, Patrica Parkinson’s Comments

Kim Parko
(spring 2009) Six Micros

Simon Perchik
(summer 2013) Five Poems, Simon Perchik’s Comments
(winter 2013) Five Poems
(fall 2011) Six Poems
(fall 2010) Six Poems
(summer 2008) Six Poems
(spring 2006) There are vines and this bowl, I must fast and this cup, This watchband kept alive

Angela J. Perry
(fall 2006) Kitty, Don’t Shoot, Love Is in the Eye of the Besotted, Loving Larceny, I Think I Left My Nightie on Ninth Street, Half a Banana Tuna Later

G.C. Perry
(spring 2005) Chell & Me

Gail Peterson
(fall 2011) Facing Backward, As If Anybody Still Looks Up, Get Out the Ladder, Mercy, Black Angels in Nikes, Gail Peterson’s Comments

Jennifer Pieroni
(winter 2009) Amnesia Didn’t Come to Her, What Are You?, In the Woods in Conway
(spring 2009) Five Micros

Richey Piiparinen
(fall 2008) Whistling in Caves
(summer 2009) Four Stories

Thomas Plain
(summer 2007) George Runk

Kenneth Pobo
(fall 2009) Poof!

Meg Pokrass
(summer 2008) Empty Shell, Irina’s Hair Shop, Screenplays, The DSL Guy, Meg Pokrass’s Comments
(spring 2009) Ten Micros

Shelagh Power-Chopra
(fall 2011) Shock-Headed Peter, The Story of Cruel Peter, The Dreadful Story of Harriet and the Matches, The Story of the Inky Boys, The Story of the Man that Went Out Shooting, The Story of Little Suck-a-Thumb, The Story of Augustus, Who Would Not Have Any Soup, The Story of Fidgety Philip, The Story of Johnny Head-in-Air, The Story of Flying Robert, Shelagh Power-Chopra’s Comments

Ken Poyner
(fall 2010) The End of Achievement, Anniversary, Anticipation, Democracy, Ken Poyner’s Comments
(spring 2011) The Gatherer of Children, The Good Marriage, The History of Marriage, The Princess, The Wedding Present, Ken Poyner’s Comments

Alex Pruteanu
(fall 2012) (“Surviving Winter in Copenhagen”), Incident Outside Novi Sad, The Osseous Tissue of Fish, Two Poems and One Song, How to Safeguard a House Key, They Drank Water Out of Jars, Where the Microphone Is Hidden

Jayne Pupek
(winter 2010) Lost Between Houses, Hitchhiker on Route 231, True Crime, Dolls and Sparrows, Church Hill, 1987, Jayne Pupek’s Comments

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Misti Rainwater-Lites
(spring 2011) $5.25 an Hour, Neglect, Between Talequah & West Hollywood, Misti Rainwater-Lites’ Comments

Sam Rasnake
(summer 2010) The Artist Alone, Dinner with Wong Kar-Wai, Masterplot, Michael Powell’s Women, “Which side are you on …”, Sam Rasnake’s Comments

Timothy Raymond
(winter 2011) One, Two, Three Jokes

Mary Lynn Reed
(winter 2007) Talking Sponge, Fever, How It Began

A.E. Reiff
(summer 2009) The Dame of Guapa Pop

(fall 2012) Hamogamous Johnny, Oracle Binding, Psimith, Cogwheels, El Señor de los Afligidos, A.E. Reiff’s Comments

Christine Reilly
(fall 2011) Cities for Hands, Vernal Equinox and Autumnal Equinox Fall in Love, Coping, March 31, 2011, Christine Reilly’s Comments

Brian Reynolds
(fall 2005) Six Sunrises, The Medicine Line, Blood, Brian Reynolds’ Comments
(spring 2007) Photographs of Watikwan as a Child

Eli Richardson
(spring 2007) Manslaughter

Nanette Rayman Rivera
(spring 2010) Limbo, E. 93rd Street Violine Violence, Gad Lo*, Crime Spree, alone after dark without training wheels, Nanette Rayman Rivera’s Comments

Ethel Rohan
(summer 2010) Kriegspiel, Mammy, Shatter, Ethel Rohan’s Comments

Jon Rosen
(fall 2011) The Pigeon

Mindela Ruby
(summer 2011) Funhouse Face

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Gus Sacks
(summer 2005) Photograph: "Pain" (Paris, France)

Jenny Sadre-Orafai
(summer 2005) In Between Tattoos, According to My Mother, What They Passed Down

Miriam Sagan
(spring 2006) Metaphysics of the Salt Marsh, Anna Zemankova (Czech, 1908-1986) Outsider Artist, Bell Bowl, Black Hat, Crows, Miriam Sagan’s Comments

Farrah Sarafa
(summer 2007) Churracita, Organic Rejection, Turkish Bazaar, Obese, Magic Carpet Ride, Blank

Fortunato Salazar
(fall 2008) My First Century, Truth and Method, The 15 Elevator Rides from Hell, Composing the Three Days of June Spent in Hearing the Narrations of Doctor Sikorsky; Interspersed Amongst Which Are the Scandalous Doings at the Sheraton Hotel During That Month; All Being Set Down in the Form of a Journal,

Ian Sanquist
(spring 2012) Arlington Cemetery, Brazil, Francesca, A Kinder, Gentler World, Magazine Fiction, Ian Sanquist’s Comments

Sarah Sarai
(spring 2010) Front Yard (I Have No Mythology), In the Lord’s Name, All Things Are Things, Maybe Not So Big, Winner Take All, Sarah Sarai’s Comments
(fall 2005) Trickster, Super Bowl Sunday, 1995, I Noticed the 21st Is Ascension Day, From the Dome of the Willing Firmament, The Rebellious Dwell in a Dry Land

Suzanne Scanlon
(summer 2011) Rats

Suzanne Scarfone
(summer 2007) What It Is, Flower Souls, Tranquility, Quick Blue, Suzanne Scarfone’s Comments

Jen Schalliol
(winter 2011) Alternative, Ground, Now, You don’t want to read this, First Step Triolet, Jen Schalliol’s Comments

Mike Schmitt
(fall 2007) Joseph Stalin Was Right, Death to the Rusty Dodge, Our Selfish Decisions for Noel, Blacklight District

Martin Scott
(fall 2004) At the Grave of Walt Whitman, Bacon’s Dog, Sins of the Fathers

Rion Amilcar Scott
(winter 2013) Angels & Wolves, The Huntress, The Wolfman, Rion Amilcar Scott’s Comments

Kay Sexton
(fall 2004) The Ice-Pop Farewell, A Horror of Female Convergence, Princess Mistball, As Yellow as Yellow

Christopher Shelley
(spring 2006) Tongue Tricks

Maggie Shurtleff
(fall 2007) Confession

Gail Louise Siegel
(spring 2004) Smarter Than Fish
(summer 2007) Don’t Burn My Body While I’m Gone
(winter 2010) Viscous

Matthew Sinex
(winter 2012) An Arbitrary Number of People at a Party, And Suddenly Baby, The Graduate as an Art House Action Flick, Don’t Look, Paulie Gets His in Scene 27 of The Godfather

Paul Slapion
(spring 2004) Photograph: Baltimore

Sarah J. Sloat
(fall 2007) so, what’s it like living in Germany, From Train 21, Station Evangel, The Persian’s Reach, Sarah J. Sloat’s Comments

Gary Sloboda
(fall 2010) Song of Betrayal, Song of Disorder, Song of Virtue, Gary Sloboda’s Comments

Noel Sloboda
(summer 2006) Clearing, History of Invention, Near a Pennsylvania Landfill, Reeducation, Underneath, Noel Sloboda’s Comments

Smith Browne
(fall 2005) On This Day, The Old Cannibal, The Little Cannibal, The Cannibal God, The Trial of the Cannibal Dog, Smith Browne’s Comments

Claudia Smith
(winter 2007) Eclipse, Waterfall, Victorious, Claudia Smith’s Comments

Curtis Smith
(spring 2012) The Beach House, The Hunters, No One Owns This Moment But You, The Pact, Curtis Smith’s Comments

Jared Smith
(summer 2007) Lilith

Cheryl Snell
(summer 2006) Indigo Hour, Married to Geometry, Mother Won’t Move, Shelter, Cheryl Snell’s Comments

Kevin Spaide
(summer 2008) Playground Story

(fall 2010) Lawnmower, Oncology, The Sweater, Kevin Spaide’s Comments
(fall 2011) Cobarde, Kevin Spaide’s Comments About “Cobarde”
(fall 2012) Taxi Driver, Angel of Death, Bread, Kevin Spaide’s Comments

Amy J. Sprague
(winter 2012) Daddy’s Game, It’s in the Little Pieces, A Trauma Theory, Amy J. Sprague’s Comments

Matt St. Amand
(summer 2004) Grudgingly
(summer 2005) Hadley

Maryanne Stahl
(summer 2004) Meteor Shower, Damage, Catch

David Starkey
(spring 2005) What Is Osmosis?, What Makes an Airplane Stay Up?, How Do We Digest Food?, Who Invented Television?, What Makes Money Valuable?, David Starkey's Comments

Ronnie K. Stephens
(fall 2009) bam bam I’m a man, Barking at Seals, Mother to Son, Back Again, The streets are full, the highways are flooded, Trickster, Ronnie K. Stephens’ Comments

Shelby Stephenson
(summer 3013) Sing Out

Lauren Marie Stevens
(summer 2010) sea dreams, and the Big Fence, convoluted gut, with good eyes to see, kruidnagel, two hats, a wormhole in the land, Lauren Marie Stevens’ Comments

Alan Stokes
(fall 2006) What to do, The other side of what?, Nothing to it

Russel Swensen
(summer 2012) The Sorry Machine

Jay Surdukowski
(summer 2005) Instrument, Touch, Outside Detroit, Drunk Hunt, Close Study

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Michael Angelo Tata
(spring 2007) Adrift, Groundhog Day, New York Jacks, Heaven Belongs to Me, The Depth of Elegance, The Death of Elegance, Michael Angelo Tata’s Comments

Parker Tettleton
(summer 2011) Fifteen Micros

Beth Thomas
(fall 2008) Here’s Where You, Phoning It In, On the Road to Kirkuk, Beth Thomas’s Comments

Jari Thymian
(winter 2011) My Unpainted Canvas, Our Dude Who Art, Newton Street Redux, Not Dead Enough, Jari Thymian’s Comments

Andrew Tibbetts
(fall 2007) Wild Abandon
(winter 2011) Excerpts from 100 Posts About Death

Tim Tomlinson
(summer 2010) The Bluff Road, Bow and Arrow, Morning in Islington, Neighbors at 9 AM, Fuck the Troops, Tim Tomlinson’s Comments

Paul A. Toth
(spring 2005) A Floral Arrangement

Bethan Townsend
(fall 2009) Barra an Teampaill, Berlin, Capital, Euston Station 2007, These are just ghosts, Bethan Townsend’s Comments

Dan Townsend
(fall 2012) Fishing with Mom, Fishing with Uncle Weeze, Fishing with Pat, Dan Townsend’s Comments

Sara Tracey
(winter 2008) On the Morning of My Father’s Seventh Surgery, Theology, Bird-Witching Carla, Because Someone Called Amy a Slut, Muscle Hungry, Sara Tracey’s Comments

Kim Triedman
(fall 2008) Almost Stung, Chaos Theory, Drought, Fractured, The Made Bed, Kim Treidman’s Comments

Joseph R. Trombatore
(summer 2006) A circle of angels, I’m letting my hair grow out, Here, Characteristics of People Not So Ordinary, Joseph R. Trombatore’s Comments
(spring 2008) The Promise, Saraband for an Afternoon, The Vampire, The Vampire (after Goya’s The Shootings of May Third 1808
(fall 2009) Camille on Her Deathbed, Claude Monet, 1879, Eyes in the Heat, Jackson Pollock, 1946, Little Girl in a Blue Armchair, Mary Cassatt, 1878, Lullaby (Portrait of Madame Roulin), Vincent van Gogh, 1889, Pelvis with the Distance, Georgia O’Keeffe, 1943, Joseph R. Trombatore’s Comments

The Twitter Issue
(summer 2012) The entire issue is here!

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Jennifer VanBuren
(winter 2007) After Texas, Biograph, Parallax, Catching the Clock, Choosing the Word, Jennifer VanBuren’s Comments

Jeanann Verlee
(summer 2013) Crucible, 2012, Folklore, Menace, Jeanann Verlee’s Comments
(summer 2010) cleave, mother, if in a museum, the telling, Jeanann Verlee’s Comments

Ania Vesenny
(summer 2006) Elvis Is Always Watching, Geometry of Love, Bus to the Zoo

Marc Vincenz
(spring 2010) The Mystical Art of Accounting, Mister Wang Baits Matter, Marc Vincenz’s Comments

Helen Vitoria
(summer 2011) Magician Lessons

Anca Vlasopolos
(winter 2005) Windowcases

Eugenio Volpe
(fall 2012) Quadrupled

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Kimberly Walters
(summer 2012) Mausoleum

Emily Waples
(winter 2006) everything American, y, spatial reason

Vallie Lynn Watson
(fall 2011) Veronica and Husband, Husbands and Wives, All Three, Christmas, A Harmless Little Fuck, Vallie Lynn Watson’s Comments

Lafayette Wattles
(summer 2008) At the End, More Than an Ocean, My Little Sister and the Obituary Page, No Back Door, Lafayette Wattles’ Comments

Brandon Wells
(spring 2012) What Rough Beast, Great Balls of Fire, The Disillusionment of Ten A.M., Brandon Wells’ Comments

Scott Whitaker
(winter 2005) Jean, Dear Ophelia, Such a Day Is This

James R. Whitley
(winter 2007) Contemplative, Excursion into Philosophy, Apostasy, James R. Whitley’s Comments

Katy Whittingham
(winter 2009) Affair, Cape Codder, Emily, Katy Whittingham’s Comments

Helen Wickes
(winter 2012) Wait for Me, The Four Directions, Nude Barbie Dines at Stella’s, His Back Forty, Her Garden, 1968, Helen Wickes’ Comments

Marc Widershien
(fall 2004) Under the Sod’s Belly

Casey Wiley
(fall 2011) Shark Tank

Rachel Wiley
(fall 2012) A Correspondence on My Loveliest Stationery to Nicholas Who Is So Concerned, Conversations with My Father in a Dunk Tank, Swimming Lessons for Landlocked Girls, My Two Weeks’ Notice, Toxic Homemade Beverages

Jason Wilkinson
(winter 2008) 3/27/07, In the Furore of Her Silent Grace I Have Worn My Tread, Tin Thimbles, The Candourless Circuit of Our Days, Dancing Where the Tile Caught Fire, When All Else Fails, This Is Not About a Wonderful New Psychic

Gregory J. Wolos
(summer 2011) Dead White Male Body

Didi Wood
(winter 2010) Crimes of Plastic: 18 Photographs, Didi Wood’s Comments

William Winfield Wright
(winter 2008) Your Feet in the Shoe Store Mirror, Yes Our Time Is Short But That’s Not Why, Secret, Local Delicacy, The Blue-Eyed Boy

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xTx
(winter 2012) Another Nine Eleven on a Day Meant for Me, My Hand Holding My Hair Holding My Head Held High, Words I Haven’t Read Yet, xTx’s Comments
(summer 2012) You Only Live Once

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Wayne E. Yang
(winter 2005) Photograph: “Falun Gong in Times Square”

Lauren Yates
(winter 2013) Introspection, Petrichor, Relapse, Seven Deadly Sins, Lauren Yates’ Comments

Joseph Young
(summer 2003) How Things Hold Light, Cobalt
(spring 2009) Twelve Micros, What Is Microfiction? A debate between microfictionists Joseph Young and Randall Brown
(fall 2010) NAME

Mike Young
(fall 2006) Underwater Hands

Sera Yu
(spring 2006) The Magnet, The Ball, Dolls, The Paper, Sera Yu’s Comments

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Jamie Zerndt
(fall 2005) Armis Writes Oprah a Letter

Bonnie ZoBell
(winter 2008) You Are Not Langston Hughes, Deep Sea Dive, Bonnie ZoBell’s Comments


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