We dedicate this issue to the late Roberta Chorlton, who is survived by her spouse, the poet David Chorlton.
We are pleased to announce the takeoff of flight PV 3. In this issue:
- David Chorlton challenges us to consider the cost of mangos, accompanied by the late Roberta Chorlton.
- Roberta Gates evaluates the psychology of a Nazi war criminal.
- Gian Balsamo takes us to Sicily to uncover what happens to a detective during the pandemic.
- Giles Goodland lets a pronoun take precedence.
- Mark Cassidy explores the curious musical relationship between two boys.
- Kenny Marotta visits the funeral parlor.
- CM Preston tracks changes.
- Nuevos Hobbies cannot wait, sitting on the corner of your bed.
- Adrienne Marie Barrios takes it to the suicide bridge.
- Federica Santini breathes in.
- Joey Rodriguez presents the unbearable life of a bear.
- Stephanie Dickinson presents episodes in the life of Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s muse and—later—wife, Elizabeth Siddal.
- Paul B. Roth checks the cello’s pulse and declares an armistice during the rainy season of dreams.
- K. Alan Leitch gets caught smuggling.
- Alan Bern huffs and puffs.
We will reopen for submissions soon.
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