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“Belly” by Haddayr Copley-Woods

From Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine, August/September issue By A.W. Marshall The short story, Belly, by Haddayr Copley-Woods, featured in the July/August issue of Fantasy & Science Fiction fascinates, disgusts, and digs into the brain of itself, conjuring magic within … Continue reading

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Our Friends Write Great Things

Piecemeal has slowed down the last few months because of life, mostly.  However, we’re not above shameless marketing for our friends in the meantime.  Four friends of the magazine have published books recently, including one of the editors, Charlie Geoghegan-Clements.  Otherwise, two of … Continue reading

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“Flashcards” by Thomas Nowak

from Cartridge Lit, May 19, 2014 Review by Elisabeth Cook Recently, on a car trip, I read“Flashcards” by Thomas Nowak to my boyfriend. I had been happy to find the series of poems in Cartridge Lit after coming across Nowak’s “Mr. … Continue reading

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“January 19, 1969” by Gerard Sarnat

from Star 82 Review Issue 2.2: Summer 2014 Review by Howard Richard Debs Gerard Sarnat is my kind of poet. First of all he “lives” way beyond the literary beltway, following in the footsteps of those from Chaucer, a clerk … Continue reading

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“Ramona” by Sarah Gerkensmeyer

From American Short Fiction, online fiction, published April 1st, 2014 Review by Emily Collins For the narrator in Sarah Gerkensmeyer’s short story “Ramona” published on American Short Fiction’s website, the longing for an old friend proves not to be the … Continue reading

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“Palm to Palm” by Danielle Luther Leubbe

From Arcadia Magazine, 8 Review By A.W. Marshall What Danielle Luther Luebbe does best in her nonfiction piece, “Palm to Palm,” in the most recent Arcadia, a literary magazine out of Oklahoma, is to remind us our best chance to be … Continue reading

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“The Ax” by Jess Row

From Tin House, Volume 15, Number 4. Review by Rich Farrell The narrator in Jess Row’s “The Ax” declares that he wants to tell a simple story, as mild as the large flakes of snow falling on a late-winter Manhattan … Continue reading

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