We’re thrilled to present selection of embroidery from Anna Hultin’s “On the Land” series for our 46.2 issue

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Our current issue features fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and artwork from: Sarah Ghazal Ali, Philip Metres, Su Hwang, Ruth Joffre, Kelly Sundberg, Anna Hultin, and many more.

Yona Harvey’s second poetry collection, You Don’t Have to Go to Mars for Love, offers a dazzling lyric journey through time and space that spans both the celestial and the personal. This is a book that bursts with energy and defies attempts at simple summary or categorization. Echoing The Odyssey it references, the poems create […]

In her first memoir, Ingrid Rojas Contreras performs a delicate balancing act of history, memory, and myth. The Man Who Could Move Clouds begins with an echo. On a winter day in Chicago, a biking Ingrid crashes into a car door and suffers from temporary amnesia in the aftermath. The accident is eerily similar to […]