Our Words, Voices, and Souls by Eric Boyd
Issue: Art You Engaged

Our Words, Voices, and Souls by Eric Boyd

It was my feeling of safety which got me incarcerated. I made the assumption that I would be okay; I didn’t read up on the legal system, didn’t bother to pay for a lawyer. I hid from my situation until it consumed me. I can’t make that mistake again. Continue reading

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Fiction by Sharon Yablon
Fiction / Issue 3

Fiction by Sharon Yablon

The Caller The 1920s apartment building on the corner of Geary and Hyde was abandoned. San Francisco had forgotten about it. This oversight allowed for a small group of runaway kids to squat there. Takeout menus littered the front steps. Hidden somewhere in the small yard was a plaster-of-paris gnome with a shamrock hat. A … Continue reading

Fiction by Marina Mularz
Fiction / Issue 3

Fiction by Marina Mularz

The plan was really a three-part process. Scope out the wild of Cherapunjee and get a feel for the landscape. Cover himself in leaves or toucan dung or something equally rugged and ambush the beast. Board a flight back home and hand Trixie the camera and say, “This is for you, now give me my last name back…” Continue reading

March/April Editor Spotlight: Eric Boyd
Fiction / Issue 3

March/April Editor Spotlight: Eric Boyd

Our fiction editor for March/April is Eric Boyd who is working on his first short story collection, “Brownfields”. His writing has been published by Guernica, the Missouri Review, Cheap Pop, Brooklyn Vol 1, and Luna Luna magazine. He appeared in Akashic Books’ “Prison Noir” anthology, edited by Joyce Carol Oates, as well as Trinity University … Continue reading