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In the March 2009 issue…

An Interview With Jason Weiss by David F. Hoenigman
An Interview With Lou Rowan by David F. Hoenigman
Questioning William Walsh about Questionstruck by Michael Kimball
An Interview With Samuel Ligon by Robert Lopez

You Wake Up And The Virgin Mary Statue On Your Dresser Is Crying Blood by J.R. Angelella
The Sentence by Elaine Chiew
Red Wine and Pizza by Christy Effinger
Cheval Noir by Roland Goity
Reasons Not to Live in a Castle by Ruibo Qian
Bellissimo! by Al Riske

Blink by Chuck Campbell
Roach by Jane Elia
Random Saves by Sharon Goldner
Sati by Chris Lenton
The Surprise by Kurt Remington
An Honest Man by Doug Rudoff
Truby by Jon Sindell

This Is Veganism by Chuck Adams
Two Poems by Michelle Grimaldi
Two Poems by Sean Patrick Hill
Of Death by Allison Hoffer
Two Poems by Ami Iannone
Writer’s Block Blues by St.Sir Michael Manners
Three Poems by Katie Manning
Symbolic, Maybe. by Sarah Meyers
Two Poems by Laura Miller
Three Poems by Dave Newman
Two Poems by j. michael niotta
Parpadeos del Marrón by Ali Tipton

Updike of Ipswich by Andrew Coburn
Panties by Chloe Lunn

Porcelain by Jess C Scott

You Are Here by Donald Breckenridge – Review by Andrew Farkas
Breather by Bruce Dethlefsen – Review by Charles P. Ries
Landscape with Fragmented Figures by Jeff Vande Zande – Review by Mark Schoenknecht

About J. R. Angelella

J. R. Angelella is the author of the popular debut novel ZOMBIE: A NOVEL (Soho Press) and a contributing author to the murder-mystery anthology WHO DONE IT? (Soho Teen), benefiting the nonprofit organization 826NYC. His short fiction has appeared in numerous journals, including Sou’wester, JMWW, The Collagist, Literary Review, Fifth Wednesday Journal and The Nervous Breakdown. His short story “Sauce” won the 2012 Short Story Contest held by The Coachella Review. He received a BA in English Literature from Ithaca College and an MFA in Creative Writing and Literature from the Bennington Writing Seminars at Bennington College. He taught creative writing at the Gotham Writers’ Workshop in New York City and currently teaches professional writing at the University of Maryland at College Park. He lives in Baltimore with his wife, the writer Kate Angelella.
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