Issue No. 1, Summer 2012


Black Swan (2012)
Ariane Ramirez

Summer Feature, 2012
Rapunzel Makes Her Way Out Into the World by Jeannine Hall Gailey, with art by Deborah Scott
The Mermaid Loses Her Voice by Jeannine Hall Gailey, with art by Deborah Scott

Fiction
Like Blackberry Juice by Tamara Sellman
Giant Eats, Has Existential Crisis by Timothy Moore
Tale of the Hourglass by Michelle Augello-Page, with photography by Ariane Ramirez
One Kind Thing by Jean Rover, with photography by Stephen Mead
Winter’s Kiss by Ian Wright
Unexpected Gifts by Kathy Stewart, with photography by Louie Crew
The Wood Maiden by Joanna Hoyt
Bridge Night: A Fairy Tale by Caroline Patterson
Blanche and her Friends by Susan Phillips
Catholicon by Emily Calvin, with photography by Louie Crew
Queen Bees by Tegan Elizabeth, with photography by Eleanor Leonne Bennett

Flash Fiction
Two Pieces by Kyle Hemmings
Damsel in Distress by Matthew Brennan
Red Riding Hood Reclaimed by Ken Poyner, with photography by Melyssa Anishnabie
Frog by Mamie Potter
Feast by Louis Bourgeois

Creative Non-Fiction
Untitled by Taja
Steps Ascending by Stephen Mead
New York Weekend by Jess Mullen

Poetry
Two Poems by Laura Madeline Wiseman
Revival by Catherine E. Bailey, with photography by Eleanor Leonne Bennett
Two Poems by Allie Marini Batts
Two Poems by Magda Rose
The Snow Queen by Adrienne Clarke, with photography by Eleanor Leonne Bennett
Written on the Reverse of an Antique Gospel by Devon Miller-Duggan
Two Poems by Shanna Germain
Two Poems by Susan Scheid
Anorexic Shadows by Howie Good, with art by Deborah Scott
To Demeter by Genevieve Salazar, with photography by Eleanor Leonne Bennett
Two Poems by Andy S. Barritt
Two Poems by Lois Marie Harrod
Wraiths by William Bernhardt, with photography by Eleanor Leonne Bennett
Hide by F.J. Bergmann
CRIMSON ENDS by Jennifer Givhan, with photography by Melyssa Anishnabie
At Luxor by Amber Decker
Old Growth by Athena Dixon, with photography by Melyssa Anishnabie
Eurydice in the Morning by Valentina Cano, with photography by Ariane Ramirez
Amber Afternoon by Philipp W. Aurand, with photography by Ariane Ramirez

About the Contributors

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  • Larissa– Congratulations on a beautiful first issue, and thank you so much for allowing me to be a part of it! I haven’t yet had the chance to read through everything, but what I have read thus far is amazing…lots of talent collected here!