Vol. 3, Issue 15

In partnership with the Atlanta Writers Club, this week’s issue features the winners of the Natasha Tretheway Prize for Poetry, the Terry Kay Prize for Fiction, and the Rick Bragg Prize for Nonfiction. For more information about their annual contests, go to AtlantaWritersClub.org.

Some Things Get Lost | Fiction

Some Things Get Lost | Fiction

I heard her before I saw her. A tink-tink sound like marbles knocking against each other. Noisy as it echoed off the thick fog. When the pub closed and there was nowhere to go but an empty cottage, I poured my rheumatic body bone by bone into the murky night. The...
Naked and Unashamed | Poetry

Naked and Unashamed | Poetry

Dark and bare, exposed by winter’s probing and immodest gusts you stand with arms raised heavenward. Unflustered and unblushing, sharing none of Eve’s false modesty, you pose in nature’s state unclothed for all to see. And on your folded skin is mapped the journey of...
Ella: A Life Reconsidered | Nonfiction

Ella: A Life Reconsidered | Nonfiction

Covington, Georgia January 1977 I’ve heard it told a person knows when it’s their time to die. I accept this, although I’m not sure why. It seems futile to fight this inner knowing. Perhaps when I pass, I will better understand things that haunt me. Troubling...