Vol. 3, Issue 11

“The present is this sobering thought, a place to come back to, a reminder of what really matters, what they can control. A purpose even.”

-T. J. Hunter, in conversation with DW McKinney about his story “I’m Here for Fish”

A Thousand Cuts | Visual Art

A Thousand Cuts | Visual Art

A Thousand Cuts Various figures merge and diverge to form a litany of suffering internalized and externalized, rebel against their confinement and attachment, but are defined by it and define the overall image by aloof intimacy. Edward Michael Supranowicz has had...
I’m Here for Fish | Fiction

I’m Here for Fish | Fiction

He sat in the driver’s seat, wipers beat rhythmically leaving an annoying streak, the glare of Whole Foods green on the dash. The car idled in a busy lot facing the commuter cluster crawling to the burbs, but he didn’t notice. He was lost in thought – loud,...
T. J. Hunter | Interview

T. J. Hunter | Interview

T. J. Hunter T.J. Hunter lives in Birmingham, AL and studied at the University of Montevallo. He has written for Time Inc. Studios and others. Our Web Resident, DW McKinney, spoke with Hunter via email about his short story, “I’m Here for Fish.” Read...