Fresh-Cut Lit & More

Issue No. 28  WINTER 2020

toothbrushes in love

FLASH
Alex Behr, Swingers
Anne McGouran, Welcome to My Gallery of Genuine Look-Alikes
César Valdebenito, The Greatest Landscape He Had Ever Seen (trans. Toshiya KameiIn)
Kim Magowan, Redux
Tommy Dean, Lines So Sharp
Matthew Greene, Larchmont Charter Middle
† Anna Oberg, Bellecastle Street
Savannah Slone, Two Flash Pieces
Marianne Villanueva, Toad
† Mary Senter, A Saturday Morning Email…
Corey Miller, Bringing Dead Friends Into Conversation
Connor Goodwin, No Rest, Not Here
† Jude Vivien Dexter, bus plunge, an other opera
Francine Witte, It’s ghost time again

SHORT STORIES
Stefani Nellen, You’ve Got a Talent
Marilee Dahlman, The Art of Making Angels
Theo Greenblatt, A Family Man* 
[*TW: This piece includes sexual assault scenes that may be triggering for some readers.]

POETRY
Alice Hall, In Some Alien Prairie
Nathan Lipps, Field Work
† Jeremy Radin, Ode to the Nectarine; Marriages

CREATIVE NONFICTION
† Keygan Sands, Coaxing Life from Dead Man’s Fingers
† Kharys Ateh Laue, In Ward G

VISUAL NARRATIVE
THE CREATURE CRAWLIN’
Notes on Fatherhood in 2019
A Visual Narrative by Trevor Alixopulos

ART
A History of Anyway
Intermedia
by Nance Van Winckel

Issue 28 Contributors’ Bios

A Cleaver Emerging Artist
Cover illustrations: “Toothbrush Love” by Emily Steinberg and detail from “The Creature Crawlin'” by Trevor Alixopulos


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