Issue 20: Entrenched Meander

The Grand Canyon was not inevitable, but now it's irreversible. That's the idea behind the term "entrenched meander," or another name for a river valley carved deep into the rock. The process begins when the river is young and the terrain is flat; millions of years pass before the canyon is fixed, or entrenched. If you could change your path, would you?

This issue features an interview with Tricia Romano, the author of the new and acclaimed The Freaks Came Out To Write. We also have satire from Reuben Dendinger and Vanessa Ogle; soulful poems from Monday Night Open Mic superstars John Deming and Jada Gordon; a lurid piece of gothic erotica from GD Dess; and more rococo brilliance from Christopher Chambers.

This is Issue 20.

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Fiction

Christopher Hart Chambers

Interview

Carrigan Lewis Miller

Fiction

Will Bredderman

Poetry

Amelia Blair-Smith

Poetry

John Pietaro

Poetry

Blake Sandberg

Poetry

Jacob Sasfai

Poetry

Alexandra Dine

Fiction

Reuben Dendinger

Fiction

Vanessa Ogle

Poetry

Anthony Haden-Guest

Poetry

Jada Gordon

Poetry

Dezy Kosmo

Fiction

GD Dess

Poetry

John Deming