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Interview With Issue Three Contributor Robert Iulo

Issue Three’s nonfiction includes Robert Iulo’s essay on growing up in the parish of Old Saint Patrick’s in New York’s Little Italy. The essay, part history and part memoir, reveals … Continue reading

October 13, 2013

Tokyo Burning Interview with Tony Barnstone

Reviews/Interviews Editor Ann Beman interviews poet Tony Barnstone about Tokyo Burning, the music CD based on Tongue of War—Barnstone’s book of poems that perceives World War II in the Pacific from … Continue reading

August 24, 2013

Contributor News from Fred McGavran

Fred McGavran, whose “The Art of Bloodletting” is a highlight of Issue Three, writes to share some good news about recent publications: “Recycled Glass” appeared in January 2013 in Rougarou at “Insight” was published in … Continue reading

August 5, 2013

Interview with Hobble Creek Almanac Author Justin Evans

Editor Justin Hamm talks to Justin Evans about his collection Hobble Creek Almanac, which traces the history of one small town in Utah from its Mormon settlement to Evans’s own … Continue reading

August 5, 2013

Congratulations to our 2013 Best of the Net Nominees

We’re pleased to announce our nominations for the Best of the Net 2013. Congratulations to these contributors, and good luck in the judging process!         Fiction “The … Continue reading

July 18, 2013

Justin Evans’s Hobble Creek Almanac — Review by editor Justin Hamm

More and more I find myself drawn to poetry collections that hold together, collections in which the poems are individual entities, yes, but also building blocks in some larger monument. … Continue reading

July 15, 2013

Four From The Cousins Project in American Songbook

Hey, everybody! Check out the latest installment of American Songbook, which contains brand new music from The Cousins Project (Steve Mayone and Kristina Stykos).  We think you’ll agree the museum is lucky to be able … Continue reading

June 3, 2013