Jessica Bebenek | THE WORLD WITHOUT

  THE WORLD WITHOUT We cut ourselves on this regret like glass. Turn when there is no turning to be had—the small threat of our hands naked and shivering into the floating globes of our air. Shriveled grey of the salt-faced sidewalk to guide us—This is our own fault, own paws coy and…

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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
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