Casey Killingsworth has dreams of So-Cal.
Ceinwen E. Cariad Haydon can't sleep.
David Anthony Sam pieces together life with words.
Eugene Stevenson questions will it be two or three?
Hilary Sideris takes us down memory lane.
Janice Northerns questions the word invasive.
Jesse Breite chases dreams or withered flowers.
Jesse Miksic challenges soul searching.
Jordan Deveraux explains the mystery of fairyflies.
John J. Siefring finds calm in the chaos.
J. Conrad Smith never misses a shot.
L Mari Harris tells us how.
Marion Deal tells of forgotten things.
Micaela Walley shows us life through another view.
Michael Constantine McConnell falls apart.
Michael Dittman explains the philosophy of lingerie.
Steve Sibra takes a long walk down a short road.
AJ Atwater shares the painful truth.
Andrea Boll made it off the bridge.
Bill Cook remembers 1976
Annette Edwards-Hill waits for Spring.
Chelsea Voulgares mentally says goodbye.
David Stillwagon asks what he should do.
Jack Caseros questions waiting out eternity.
Jennifer Dickinson relives her 80's childhood.
Jennifer Makowsky clutches onto the past.
Juliana Gray grows up something strange.
Kati Eisenhuth takes us on the other side of the door.
Charles Rammelkamp reviews “The Fire Lit & Nearing” Poetry.
Asher ReTech captures graveside images.
C. R. Resetarits builds worlds from scratch.
Elizabeth York Dickinson shares a glimpse of perception from behind.
Fabio Sassi shows us color in texture.
Grace Ganssle is a perfect shot.
FLASH CREATIVE NONFICTION
Amie Souza Reilly will pierce your heart.
Caitlin McGillicuddy is asking for a friend.
Caitlin Palmer digs deeper.
Chelsea Laine Wells plays around with the memory of her father.
Ryan Kauffman collects a memory.
Rick Trushel meditates on belief.
Wendy Elizabeth Wallace keeps her head above the water.
Cameron L. Mitchell lays an egg.
Lawrence Cady is filled with guilt.
Michael X. Wang peers at planet.
Shelly Lynn Stone says yes.
Tom Gartner remembers all but the bird names now.
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April 2019 issue of Gravel.
This magazine is produced by the MFA program
in creative writing at the University of Arkansas at Monticello editorial staff.
Cover image by Elizabeth York Dickinson
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