Where sticky layers and associative leaps meet torn textures and graphic contrast, Erica Trabold’s collages evoke feelings of nostalgia while troubling the very act of memory.

Latest Online Issue
47.3

Our current issue features fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and artwork from: Kaylie Barreda, Raye Hendrix, Kathyrn Henion, Elizabeth Vidas, Lloyd Wallace, Ava Nathaniel Winter & more.


“If we opened people up, we’d find landscapes. If we opened me up, we’d find beaches,” Agnes Varda famously remarked in her autobiographical film, The Beaches of Agnes. This moment is referenced in “My Wonderful Description of Flowers,” (a wonderful story, indeed) which rounds off the Prairie section of Danielle Dutton’s captivating new collection, Prairie, […]


The particular landscape of Jessi Jezewska Stevens’ first collection, Ghost Pains, recalls echoes of the “New Aesthetic,” a term coined back in 2012 to describe the leakage of the digital realm into the physical world. Characters point their phones at the sky, “as if to image-search the constellations,” travel by way of reading reviews on […]