Haley Guariglia explores the cryptic nature of breast cancer
Jasmine Hart wonders why the bruise
Jonathan Jones follows the path
Ashley Kunsa waxes of Rasputin and us all
Robert Okaji has Miles and Coltrane in the background
Elle Pereira tucks us in
George Perreault spins the wheel
Bethany Reid on a marriage that becomes fire
Seth Ruderman surprises on a train platform
Sarah Sorensen views the poet's world
Marjorie Thomsen shows the scent of sea and the un-sweetness of marble
Amanda Buck can't sleep
Lori Horvitz supposes Grief might be feathered.
Heather Macpherson never liked the circus, but...
Melissa Mesku says "hello" and waits for what happens next
Brooke Middlebrook talks of mice and music
Madeline Rose Williams takes a smoke break
Jenny Bhatt names the wind
Amanda Brahlek on that which dies
Sheldon Lee Compton reflects on a pond
Lisa Mae DeMasi cooks up eggs & a t-bone
Brooke Larson trips down, brooding
Mohini Malhotra takes on a bus trip of kith and kin
Elizabeth Morton loves nontactilely
Lora Rivera preps for the coming year
Audrey Perry reminds that there's always tomorrow
Sarah Sassone considers the next shot
Paul Curley longs for a real dance
Zachary Davis is out of contract
Gregory T. Janetka works bar psychology
Rachel Stewart Johnson goes on the fishing trip of a lifetime
Gabrielle Lawrence looses a memory
Drew Pisarra plays in the snow
Marina Rubin shows a gentleman's lips are sealed
Michael Colbert snaps from swans to streets
Caitlin Crowley shows Chicago
Emel Karakozak expresses hybridity
Michael Peterson captures all in black and white
Bill Wolak composes an intriguing collection of collages
Brennan Burnside reviews Joe Giordano's latest
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