INTRODUCING:

Hunger for Tiny Things
Volume 23 (2020)

 

Interview with Kazim Ali

Open. Shut. Open. 
Folio curated by Dylan Olson-Cole
DesignWorks
by Minneapolis College of Art & Design 

Fiction, Poetry, CNF from Chris Arthur, Noah Davis, Libby Flores, Judy Halebsky, Steven Harvey, Alice Hatcher, Halee Kirkwood, Michael Kleber-Diggs, Keith Lesmeister, William Reichard, Christine Robbins, F. Daniel Rzicznek, Renee Soto, Marjorie Stelmach, Jason Tandon, and more.

Book Reviews by Stan Sanvel Rubin and Barrie Jean Borich

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Cover Image: Solar Flare, 2019
by Jeremy Brenner

 

INTRODUCING:

Hunger for Tiny Things
Volume 23 (2020)

Interview with Kazim Ali

Open. Shut. Open. 
Folio curated by Dylan Olson-Cole
DesignWorks
by Minneapolis College of Art & Design 

Fiction, Poetry, CNF from Chris Arthur, Noah Davis, Libby Flores, Judy Halebsky, Steven Harvey, Alice Hatcher, Halee Kirkwood, Michael Kleber-Diggs, Keith Lesmeister, William Reichard, Christine Robbins, F. Daniel Rzicznek, Renee Soto, Marjorie Stelmach, Jason Tandon, and more.

Book Reviews by Stan Sanvel Rubin and Barrie Jean Borich

——


Cover Image: Solar Flare, 2019

by Jeremy Brenner

 

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