INTRODUCING:

Bodies Worth Defending
Volume 21 (2018)
 

Meridel Le Seur Essay “A Portrait in Five Portraits” by Alison Hawthorne Deming

Interview with Aimee Nezhukumatathil

Open. Shut. Open. 
Folio curated by Frankie Castillo,
DesignWorks y Minneapolis College of Art & Design 

Fiction, Poetry, CNF from Chris Abani, Emma Bolden, Stephanie Dickinson, Elaine Ford, Rachel Moritz, Lori Anderson Moseman, Greg Rappleye, Martha Silano, Molly Tenenbaum, John Sibley WIlliams, and more

Book Review by Stan Sanvel Rubin 
 

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Cover Image: 

Kwon Healin, Guilty, 2018

 

  
INTRODUCING:

Bodies Worth Defending
Volume 21 (2018)
 

Meridel Le Seur Essay “A Portrait in Five Portraits” by Alison Hawthorne Deming

Interview with Aimee Nezhukumatathil

Open. Shut. Open. 
Folio curated by Frankie Castillo,
DesignWorks y Minneapolis College of Art & Design 

Fiction, Poetry, CNF from Chris Abani, Emma Bolden, Stephanie Dickinson, Elaine Ford, Rachel Moritz, Lori Anderson Moseman, Greg Rappleye, Martha Silano, Molly Tenenbaum, John Sibley WIlliams, and more

Book Review by Stan Sanvel Rubin 
 

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Cover Image: 

Kwon Healin, Guilty, 2018

 

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7 pm
Sundin Music Hall, Hamline University

 

Featured Content:

Water~Stone is proud to feature the work of our six Pushcart nominees from our most recent issue, Vol. 20. Congratulations to Aimee Nezhukumatathil, Tyler McAndrew, Angela Morales, Ed Bok Lee, Emily Tuszynska, and Celia Laskey. This month we celebrate the work of Ed, Emily, and Celia.

 

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