The summer issue emphasizes an exciting selection of new poetry from emerging poets
- Feature essays by Steven Bellatto, Greg Critser, Deb Durham, Brían Hanrahan, Liska Jacobs, Ashley Rindsberg, Lynne Sharon Schwartz, Louise Steinman, Gavin Tomson, Frederic Tuten, Alissa Wilkinson, and Mary Kay Zuravleff.
- Original poetry by Elizabeth Arnold, Hafizah Geter, Ishion Hutchinson, Robin Coste Lewis, Max Ritvo, Bianca Stone, and Jean Valentine.
- Short takes by Barrie Jean Borich, Greg Glazner, Rolf Potts, and John Stintzi.
- Including an Artist Portfolio and profile of Clarissa Tossin.
Homeland Insecurity by Mary Kay Zuravleff
Inward Astronomy: On Knut Hamsun’s Hunger, Rick Alverson’s The Comedy, and My Brief and Wondrously Lonely Life in Oslo by Gavin Tomson
Corruption by Greg Glazner
After Fernando Traverso by Jean Valentine
Occidental Fantasia, in Which the Author Travels to China to Regard Copies of Western Cities by Steven Belletto
Radio and Child: Walter Benjamin as Broadcaster by Brían Hanrahan
Death by Rolf Potts
Poem to My Dog, Monday, On Night I Accidentally Ate Meat by Max Ritvo
Artist Portfolio: Clarissa Tossin
The Aphasia Book Club by Louise Steinman
Risking Perfection by Alissa Wilkinson
Eggs by John Stintzi
Scarlet Letters: How Norman Mailer Blurred the Line Between the Lurid and the Literary by Ashley Rindsberg
The Man by Elizabeth Arnold
My Friend Stood Before Him by Elizabeth Arnold
Three Walks on Corn Bill Beach by Ashley Rindsberg
Rush by Barrie Jean Borich
A Thief in the Night by Ishion Hutchinson
Unnatural Disasters, or Queering Katrina by Jonathan Alexander
Visiting Prophets by Hafizah Geter
How a Wild Pig May Uproot the Tree of Life by Greg Critser
The Garden Party by Frederic Tuten
Elegy with Roots by Bianca Stone
Epitaph in Revers by Bianca Stone
Tipping Point by Deb Durham