39.2 Spring 2015
39.2-Spring

In this issue: Poems by Lauren Berry, Sarah Crossland, John Paul Davis, and Corey Van Landingham. Gretchen VanWormer examines the heart as hummer in the essay, “Would I Had Some Hum.” In the story, “Salt and Light,” by Gabrielle Hovendon, a city vanishes in bursts of light. And Andrew Spear documents life in Glouster, Ohio in our art feature, “The Magic City.”

The Magic City | Photos by Andrew Spear
Interview by Suzannah Showler
Salt and Light
Gabrielle Hovendon
Would I Had Some Hum
Gretchen VanWormer
Aubade
Lauren Clark
Tallest Man and Half Lady
Kasey Erin Phifer-Byrne
Chink
Leona Sevick
The Stunt Double
Jeffrey Morgan
With a Snap of My Fingers
Daniel Eduardo Ruiz
Blind Man as Astronomer
M.A. Vizsolyi
Sugar
Julia Anna Morrison
Wood Thrush
Julia Anna Morrison
Beard
John Paul Davis
Horns
Kasey Erin Phifer-Byrne
Dream Interpretation: Light
Ruth Baumann
Hush Again
Lauren Camp
Beatification of Fiber Optics
Estanislao Lopez
Guilt and Black Coffee
Lauren Berry
Ladies Grove
Lauren Clark
Bone of My Bone
Nicole Rollender
Calenture
Sarah Crossland
Processes for Formation
Corey Van Landingham
Review of North Dixie Highway by Joseph Haske
Liana Andreasen
Review of Jimmy’s Blues and Other Poems by James Baldwin
Ayendy Bonifacio
Review of Citizen: An American Lyric by Claudia Rankine
Joey S. Kim
Review of Under the Water Was Stone by William Stratton
Lauren Shimulunas
Review of Abide by Jake Adam York
Willie VerSteeg
The Journal Staff for 39.2