Fresh-Cut Lit & More

Issue No. 21  spring 2018

Nance Van Winckel, The Brownies at Work

Lee Sennish, Divorce & Calliope Come Back
Mars Hu, What Matters is Our Hands
Julia Leverone, Sunspots
*Stuti Pachisia, Mixed Medium Art
Davy Knittle, gravy strain
Martha Zweig, Undersong
Robert Lietz, Patches, from Variable Cycles
Roy Bentley, Train for Glory
Nandini Dhar, Morality Play
John Sibley Williams, The Children
*Nicole Burney, The Day After Brahma Opened One Eye
Daryl Sznyter, The Morning After Another Coming-of-Age Film
Cliff Saunders, Colonizing the World
Matt Muth, 1968
Mary Crow, Suddenly

Jessica Lampard, Vacationing After the Divorce
Jules Archer, Pulp
*Ploi Pirapokin, Filter Feeding
*Nikki Stavile, Misveneration of the Saint of Lost Things
Claire Stamler-Goody, Teeth
A.E. Weisgerber, Shaft
*Youssef Helmi, Reflecting
Taylor Lorenzo, How to Climb the Rope in Gym Class & Broken Apology
Joseph Bathanti, Blue Boy
Jonathan Cardew, Senescence
Susan G. Bouchard, Splinter

*Avery Bufkin, Fifty-Fifty
Sarah Walker, After Today
Thomas Barnes, Gutshot
Verónica Jordán-Sardi, The Nurses 
Maria Brandt, Frances

***Charlotte Bausch, Driving Lessons
Susan Knox, The Wall

Kathryn Nuernberger, Before Roses Meant Fire
Mark A. Nobles, The Red Moon
Karen Zey, Second Thoughts

Issue 21 Contributors’ Bios

*Cleaver Emerging Artist

**Artist of Philadelphia

***Both an Artist of Philadelphia & a Cleaver Emerging Artist

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