Issue Six

Cover Art: “Eternal Desire” by Shanice Reid.

ENTER ISSUE SIX


NOTE FROM THE EDITOR

Poetry

Jo Taylor
Conviction | What My Sister Taught Me

Annie Harpel
solace | [untitled] | nightlight

Charles Eggerth
Prayer Before Surgery | The Forgotten

Megan Ulrich
Beautiful Things | Communion | Comestible

Casie Dodd
The Morning After the Wreck

Sherry Poff
Into the Water

Jeffrey Essmann
Epiphany | I Asked Her How She Was

Matthew Wiley
Jacob Kahn, Prophet

Sarah Tate
The Grand Dance

Terri Martin Wilkins
A Space I Cannot See

J.F. Rains
Faith | Faith II

Rick Hoadley
Waiting for the Kudu to Die | Beyond the Mist

Katelyn J. Dixon
A Costly Ascent | At Hand | Methodist Hospital, Room 213

Don Thompson
Quam Dilecta | Cauldron | January 1st

Peace Nkeiruka Maduako
Days Are Coming

Claudia M Stanek
Craving Graves

Rob Piazza
Transfer Station

Daniel Wade
Isaiah

Sarah Law
The Botafumeiro

Brian J. Alvarado
the altar ego | the 20s are about learning

Gretchen Gales
a·poc·a·lypse

Anthony Butts
Iceberg Effect

Robert Funderburk
A New Life

John Savoie
In Tenebris


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Fiction

Cathy Warner
Etta Mae’s Jesus

Ed Davis
Visitation

Kenneth Levine
Life Beats

Isaac Fox
Enlightenment

Matt Hollingsworth
The Other Vincent

Troy Pancake
Jonas

Bill Sells
I was his first

J.F. Rains
Alaric the Fox


Nonfiction

Barbara Lock
God in Spanish

Mary-Kate Corry
Outreach Day

Bill Vernon
Skeptics on Patrick’s Stack

Robert L. Jones III
Frances in the Fog

“The Cross with Nature and Flesh” by Cesar Ceballos.

Art

Shanice Reid
Dry Bones Come Alive | At the Master’s Feet | Eternal Desire

Jennifer Weigel
The River

Cesar Ceballos
The Cross with Nature and Flesh | With Christ’s Salvation

Paul Nixon
San Damiano corpus

Cristiane Ventre Porcini
Jesus na manjedoura | Girl Looking at Jesus


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