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

 

Connections:

2020 Virtual Reading

Water~Stone Review YouTube channel

See an amazing lineup of eighteen volume 23 readers on our new  W~SR YouTube channel

  see the YouTube playlist

Featured Content:

Water~Stone Review is proud to feature the work of our six Pushcart nominees from our most recent issue, Vol. 23 “Hunger for Tiny Things.” Congratulations to Chris ArthurKrischan StotzHalee KirkwoodMichael Kleber-DiggsFortunato Salazar, and Allison Wyss

Finalist for the CLMP Firecracker Award

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