"What White Tree is Blooming Now" by Joanna Brichetto
"Traffic" by Mike Freeman

"The Serpent" by Amy Weldon

"The Fisherchild" by Raquel Vasquez Gilliland
"Laura Ingalls Wilder, Age 5, Considers the Causes of Exile and Migration" by Mark Luebbers
"Genesis According to Stone" by Brigit Truex

We are accepting submissions for Issue IV from October 15 to December 15.


Long ago, to bewilder meant to lead astray, to lure into the wilds. To be bewildered is to be mystified, lost in pathless places.
What lures you away from the known and controlled? What arises from the landscape of bewilderment, interior or real?
The word bewilder begs to break apart into a command: be wilder.
In what unexpected places do you find wildness? What moves you to re-member, to feel the wildness of your body?


Issue III is now available.