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Campus at night by Riku Ylönen
The optional theme is Questions.
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, T homas 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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TMR Volume 4 Issue 2.
The optional theme is comics, be it drawn in sequential images or just plain funny.
Gershon Ben-Avraham, Susan P. Blevins, Mela Blust, Charles W. Brice, Aria Callaham, Joan Colby, Holly Day, Darren C. Demaree, Adam Durso, Kelcey Parker Ervick, Sarah A. Etlinger, GTimothy Gordon, John Grey, Jack D. Harvey, Aloura Hattendorf, Henry Hitz, Diane Hoffman, A.J. Huffman, Phil Huffy, James Croal Jackson, Lonnie James, Gloria DeVidas Kirchheimer, Matthew J. Kreglow, Claire Martin, Megan Miazgowicz, Jennifer Davis Michael, Paul Mills, TJ Neathery, Simon Perchik, Steven B. Rosenfeld, David Anthony Sam, William L. Spencer, David Spicer, Chuck Thompson, Dennis Trujillo, Bess Vanrenen, Maryfrances Wagner, Michael Whelan, Theresa Williams, and Kelsey Zimmerman.
by Hold Me Gorilla Monsoon Colette Arrand, by Auri Auri, by Internet Yearnings Gary Beck, by Mnemosyne’s Hand: Poems Charles W. Brice, by Her Secret Husband Abbey Faith, by The Future From Ashes to New, by Burn Site In Bloom Jamie Houghton, by Rookland Jesse Minkert, by Beach Dweller Manifesto Leah Mueller, by Ghost Matter Jade Ramsey, by Heavenly Whispers Roger Sippl, by Permanent Change of Station Lisa Stice, and by Jamie Winters. i’m fine: A Haiku Collection About Mental Illness
Winner of The Magnolia Review Ink Award: Theresa Williams, for “From The Diary of Lea Knight,” chosen by Dom Fonce.
Phil Huffy practiced law long enough. Trained to think on his feet, he continues that custom and then writes things down at his kitchen table. Placements in 2018 number nearly 100 pieces, found in such publications as
The Lyric, Better Than Starbucks, Fourth & Sycamore, Bindweed and Eunoia.
Volume 4, Issue 2
Snap and Aviatrix?,
Volume 5, Issue 2