Issue 60: Winter 2023 is Here!

Dear Readers,

We are thrilled to announce that Issue 60: Winter 2023 is out! Not only is this our first issue under our new name, but it also marks the debut of our hybrid/experimental section. Special thanks to co-editors Rasiqra Revulva and William Dao!

In fiction, read “Sequoyah's Tree” by ViNa Nguyễn and “How to Disappear” by Daniel Zomparelli.

Our first-ever hybrid/experimental section features an excerpt from "Waste Not The Marrow" by MA|DE, "Zemm/Zemme" by Khashayar Mohammadi, "Typewriter Lessons" by Gary Barwin, and an excerpt from "Wedding Archive" by Kate Sutherland.

This issue's poetry includes excerpts from "Stedfast" by Ali Blythe, excerpts from CRUEL/CRUEL by Dior J. Stephens, "The Speaker Tells a Story. The Voices Ask a Question." by Alessandra Lynch, extracts from aboutness by Eimear Laffan, "Molue of Yeg" by Olajide Salawu, "Reading Rimbaud While on a Call from the Health Insurance Company" by Willow James Claire, "The Architect's Daughter" by Nana Afadua Ofori-Atta, and "Menagerie" by David Ly.

This season’s essays are “Broken Thing" by Morgan Charles and "I Am Your Racial Rorschach Test" by Archana Sridhar

Our interviews section features an interview/conversation between Megan Fernandes and Alexei Perry Cox, as well as an interview with Rhiannon Ng Cheng Hin by Rebecca Mangra.

Lastly, this issue’s reviews include a review of Tanya Turton's Jade is a Twisted Green by Nikki Holmes and a piece on deterritorialization in Canadian poetry by Khashayar Mohammadi

In more exciting news, we are very happy to welcome Lara El Makkawi as a new essays editor!

With that, we are proud to present Issue 60. We hope you enjoy our latest!

All the best,

The Editors

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