SEPTEMBER ‘22 ISSUE

“Writing is an exploration.
You start from nothing and learn as you go.”
– E.L. Doctorow


FINDING WONDER

SHORT STORY

Silvia prides herself on her stellar health, but when her doctor reveals she is low on wonder, she embarks on an adventure to increase her deficit. Her exploration introduces her to Robin, a lost figure surrounded by darkness. As she sits with Robin, she must decide if finding wonder is worth the risks.

BY DEMI UTLEY


IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBILITIES

POETRY

This poem explores the intersection of the fantastical and the real, in a search for creativity and acceptance.

BY NANCY TABER


THE ASSUMPTION OF THE CUSCO CATHEDRAL

POETRY

“The Assumption of the Cusco Cathedral” was nominated for the AWP Intro Journals Project, 2022. The poem is about a traveller experiencing the wealth of a South American Cathedral and the indigenous people left behind.

BY MARCY S. WOOD


DAUGHTER OF THE BEACH

POETRY

I grew up on Miami Beach, Florida, a few blocks from the ocean where I discovered my love of nature, and dreamed of adventure and travel when I got older. I have traveled the globe and found adventures even in the smallest places.

BY LOIS LOSYK


THE YEAR OF INTENDED PURSUIT

FLASH FICTION

This story speaks of our uncertain future and attempts at time-jumping back to simpler times.

BY JIM LANDWEHR


CASE OF TASMANIA

POETRY

When I moved to Tasmania from Canada in the last century I knew almost nothing about it. Just took a chance. Although I live in Melbourne these days I now consider that island my true home and visit annually.

BY ALLAN LAKE


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