E. Canine McJabber | TO MY MOTHER, ALOUD, 1ST Place Winner of the Vallum Award for Poetry

TO MY MOTHER, ALOUD Send your snail mail and I’ll hide the table salt. When I stamped my last mail-order bride, she threw the book at me. Her velvet twinset in divorce court the only good pairing that came of our match. Now, I work hotlines pushing human tissue samplings: primed for fucks or transplants.…

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TABLE OF CONTENT

POETRY

CONTEST

REVIEWS

  • A.F. Moritz, “Out of Certain Mud, We Rose”: A Review of Brian Campbell’s SHIMMER REPORT
  • Klara du Plessis, A Review of Alex Manley’s WE ARE ALL JUST ANIMALS & PLANTS \ A Review of Steven Heighton’s THE WAKING COMES LATE
  • Bill Neumire, A Review of Rob Taylor’s THE NEWS
  • Domenica Martinello, A Review of Laura Broadbent’s IN ON THE GREAT JOKE

ART

  • Jason deCaires Taylor, Various works

DIGITAL EXTRAS

INTERVIEWS

  • Natalie Levtova, NOT THROWING PIES: A CONVERSATION WITH ANDY MCGUIRE
  • Henry Kronk, EXCERPT FROM A CONVERSATION WITH BILLY MAVREAS

ART

  • Tim Deverell, THE BELL
***Select poems can be read online for free. To read the entire issue, purchase 14:1.