Today’s share is straight from theaters to your brain, it’s Carolyn Guinzio’s “Dash,” “Theory at the End of a Long Night,” and “Your Current Location”:
Featuring fiction by Kate Myles and Lauren Kocher, flash by Meredith Maltby (Jackal), C.B. Auder, Jan Stinchcomb, Amanda Haag, Sierra Bellows, Tara Isabel Zambrano, Rosanna Staffa, and Helen Hofling, nonfiction by Lindsey Wilson (Constellation), Amber N., Dacia Price, and Jennifer Kulbeck, poetry by Mack Carlisle, Leah Noble Davidson (two poems), Rachel Jamison Webster, Lauren Sanderson, Julian Mithra, Riel Sturchio, Cath Nichols, Ann-Marie Blanchard, Carolyn Guinzio, and B. Woods, and images by Susan Stamm Evans, Anna Lea Jancewicz, Susan Yount,
Andrea Fuhrman, Katherine Rudin, KJ Hannah Greenberg, France Corbel (Clothes Have No Gender), and Lilian Crooks, plus Rejected Behaviors.
When is a journey a destination? When the inverse? Today we’re delighted to share Carolyn Guinzio’s address to the question, or at least she tells us how to find it ourselves, with “Drift,” from the latest issue.
Oh Reader, it’s that special day, the publication of our latest issue, #4.3, “Sightlines.”