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Issue #01 | Echoes | Summer 2018

Echoes

note from the editors

Echoes exist in hollow  s   p   a   c   e   s.

 

The deep abyss of the canyon.

 

The yawning stalactite-toothed cave.

 

The valley between snowy mountain peaks.

 

Wherever we conjure them, echoes tend to make us feel alone in a vast expanse. More often, our everyday echoes ricochet around the spaces in our lives in simpler ways, like through the aged photo of someone no longer living; an old song that leaps into our mind, time traveling ...

General

poetry

bread sonnets

Rebecca Therese Klein

Three Poems

Donald Illich

Three Poems

Christopher T Stolle

creative non-fiction

Her

Meghan Beaudry

ECHOES

poetry

Three Poems

Thomas Zimmerman

Three Poems

Dave Hubble

Two Poems

Sneha Subramanian Kanta

Three Poems

Tara A. Elliott

Before You Happened

Kelley Crowley

Two Poems

Mary Ellen Talley

flash

Dead Name

Charlotte Amelia Poe

fiction

Dear Jacqueline

Melissa D. Sullivan

Flying South

Abbie Jones-Walters

Fair Weather

Laura Lamb

audio-visual

Breathe

David Begley

The Forecast

Cam Harrington

visual arts

Through the Figure

Craig Jefferson

Landscapes

Samin Ahmadzadeh

Honeyfungus

Eloise Rose

Tidal

Emma Tweedie

creative non-fiction

A World of Echoes and Stories

Alexandra Kodjabachi

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