The Lady in the Song by Sylvia Watanabe
_____She was the lady in the song, tanned legs striding, hair blowing back.
Edie Sedgwick by Jonathan Durbin
_____No one knew she was going blind.
Pink Noir by George Schaefer
On Naming Women and Mountains by Lucy Bryan Green
_____I have known these mountains before, worn the dust of these trails, sipped from these streams.
Return to Manzanar by Makoto Ogawa
Alice Neel by Summer Pierre
Artoons by Rolli
An Interview with Urvashi Butalia by Rita Bullwinkel
_____We recognize that our feminism is not the only feminism.
An Interview with Eavan Boland by Alicia Brandewie and Sara Strong
_____In poetry, one rule is true: it is the margin that defines the center, never the center that defines the margin.
I Walked Alone by Brittany Newell
Clarinettes by C
_____I’ve also never been dead.
Ragged Point Road by Joe Wilkins
_____what a winter it had been
_____How long does a bird stay full?
_____at night the ocean sky opens
_____The most surprising way to enter a house uninvited
_____Know that something small can stir a revolution
A Beautiful Night for a Biscuit Truck by Anne Barngrover
_____gray disciples haloed in headlights
Letter to the South by Daniel DeVaughn
_____if we spoke in tongues, you never noticed
_____When/ birds fly, it’s the body dumping the soul
_____At the hospital your mind floats
Opinion Page by Anya Groner
_____Poetry isn’t dead. It just needs a haircut
_____I found you were not what you were
Considering Harper Lee during Sunday Mowing by John Davis Jr.
_____Doubtless Aunt Alexandra would have scowled
Cover Art by Sam Rosenblatt