INTRODUCING:

Field. Body. Country.
Volume 20 (2017)
 

Meridel Le Seur Essay winner “What Wonder Can Do” by Aimee Nezhukumatathil 

 Water~Stone Review Poetry Prize “Aftermath” by Chelsea Dingman

Writer’s Interview with Nick Flynn

 Open. Shut. Open. 
Folio curated by Minneapolis College of Art & Design 

Fiction, Poetry, CNF by Steven Harvey, Robert Hedin,  Andrea Hollander, Deborah Keenan, Ed Bok Lee, Susan Power, Gabriel Spera, Alison Townsend, Lesley Wheeler, Maya Washington, and more.

Book Reviews by Stan Sanvel Rubin  and Barrie Jean Borich

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Cover Image: 
Thousands of Poppies, 2015 
by Kathleen Hawkes and Misha Bolstad

 

INTRODUCING:

Field. Body. Country.
Volume 20 (2017)
 

Meridel Le Seur Essay winner “What Wonder Can Do” by Aimee Nezhukumatathil 

 Water~Stone Review Poetry Prize “Aftermath” by Chelsea Dingman

Writer’s Interview with Nick Flynn

 Open. Shut. Open. 
Folio curated by Minneapolis College of Art & Design 

Fiction, Poetry, CNF by Steven Harvey, Robert Hedin,  Andrea Hollander, Deborah Keenan, Ed Bok Lee, Susan Power, Gabriel Spera, Alison Townsend, Lesley Wheeler, Maya Washington, and more.

Book Reviews by Stan Sanvel Rubin  and Barrie Jean Borich

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Cover Image: 
Thousands of Poppies, 2015 
by Kathleen Hawkes and Misha Bolstad

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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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