Volume 5, Issue 2


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Campus at night by Riku Ylönen

The optional theme is Questions.

Contributors: Bill Abbott, Maya Alexandri, Gary Beck, Adam Levon Brown, Frank De Canio, Kayson Carlin, Satya Dash, Maria Espinosa, Marie Fields, Alexander Garza, Laura Goodman, Kara Goughnour, Jacob Greb, A. Elizabeth Herting, Mark Hudson, Maranda Huffort, Phil Huffy, Caitlin Johnson, Thomas Kearnes, J.D. Kotzman, Michelle Kouzmine, Courtney LeBlanc, Kate Maruyama, John Maurer, Andrew Miller, Keith Moul, Ben Nardolilli, Robert P. Parker, Fabrice Poussin, Nicolas Ridley, Taylor Risinger, John Timothy Robinson, David Rogers, David Anthony Sam, Jessica Seaborn, Margarita Serafimova, David K. Slay, J. Conrad Smith, J.R. Solonche, J.B. Stone, Richard Weaver, Katie Wolf, and Riku Ylönen.

Reviews: The Anatomical Venus by Helen Ivory (Reviewed by Michael Paul Hogan)

Winner of The Magnolia Review Ink Award to be announced!



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Adam Levon Brown–Interview

I work at home, though sometimes I draw creative sources from public places.

I use a keyboard to type out my poems, My Logitetch G11 is my trusty sidekick.

I usually just sit at my keyboard and spill poems out one after the other, though lately I’ve been challenging myself with different magazine’s themes.

I write for the broken, the lost, the wandering and wondering. I write for people trying to find a place in this world, and of course, myself, writing is great catharsis.

I write mainly for catharsis, but I also write because I love to share parts of myself which go unnoticed outside of writing.

I like walking and hiking.

My favorite part of the creative process is the conception of the poem. Once I have an idea in my head for a poem or book, I let loose. You could say I’m a bit obsessive about it.

Keep at it, read other’s poems, and more than anything, channel your own voice. There is only one you, and the uniqueness of your writing is far more valuable than anything else, about poetry, you’ll ever read.

Check out Adam’s work in Volume 4, Issue 1.

 

Adam Levon Brown

Adam Levon Brown is an internationally published poet and author in 14 countries. He has had his work translated in Spanish, Albanian, Arabic, and Afrikaans. Boasting over 300 published pieces, you can find his writing at such publications as Burningword Literary Journal, Firefly Magazine, Zany Zygote Review, Epigraph, Angel City Review, and Ariel Chart. He was long-listed in the 2016 Erbacce Prize poetry competition and received a special mention in the Pangolin Prize 2018 competition. He has recently taken up painting for fun. 

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