Tag Archives: Maurice Devitt

Issue IV

June 2013

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Poetry

“Fossils”, “The Catherine Canal Run to the Moika River”, by Alan Jude Moore

“Poem in Which I Begin to Elegise Your Grandfather”, by Stephen Connolly

“A Lifetime Of Temporary Relief”, by J. Roycroft

“he calls my body an umbrella”, by Dimitra Xidous

“The Fisher, the Farmer and the Pooka-Moon”, by Dean J Browne

“The Company of Lies”, “The Leopard”, by Maurice Devitt

“…but one can never be sure whether it’s good poetry or bad acid”, by Victoria Kennefick

Short Fiction

“The Song in a Cloud”, by Kate Ladew

“Goodbye, My Butterfly?”, by Nels Hanson

Visual Art & Photography

“Iterative”, by Terence Erraught

“Tower in Mexico”, “Temple in Java”, by Kristi Nimmo

“Abandoned and Alone”, “Camouflage”, by Seamie Gallagher

Issue I

November 2011

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Poetry

“Displacement”, “Hopeful”, “Longing”, “Gone”, “Ventriloquism”, by Allan Peterson

“One Day”, by Ian Murphy

“Three for Three”, by James Cummins

“The Flag”, by Danny P. Barbare

“10 Blackbirds”, by Jim Bennett

“In the Victoria Hotel”, by John Saunders

“Ode to Rain”, by Laura Speedwing

“Tsunami, Meltdown, Then”, “Dear Reader”, “American Music”, “To Akilah, Who Took Up Bowling After 9/11”, by Mark Jackley

“Green Water”, by Martin A. Egan

“Venus love Milo”, “Late Again”, by Maurice Devitt

“The Meat and the Maiden”, “Kneeling on the Redwood Floor”, by James O’Sullivan

Short Fiction

“Every Escape was a Narrow Escape”, by Mark Mullee

“Night Drive”, by Thomas Martin

Visual Art & Photography

“Hesitation”, by Mary Galvin

“Free-Soloing”, by Caroline Doolin

“Phos-sistema 5”, by Jules Hackett