Gaby Bedetti has a moonlit visitor
Chris Caruso meditates on the symbolic nature of touch
Ben Groner III exchanges words like precious gems
Ian Hall shares three poems
Phil Huffy walks down an old street.
Tim Kahl illustrates the importance of whiskers
Clyde Kessler has surgery
Joey Lew eats black risotto
Wheeler Light gets out and shows us
BJ Love circles around light and dark
Michelle McMillan-Holifield deplores the killing of dolphins
Go to a million places with James Miller
Leonard Orr visits a Persian restaurant
Mike Pantano visits the Blue Moon at lunchtime
Drop poinsettias from the Elizabeth Street Bridge with Charles Parsons
Jonathan K. Rice explores his backyard haven
Joel Scarfe finds there is just enough
Stan Sanvel Rubin ponders life
Ronnie Sirmans follows a path home.
Follow the road to a dust devil with Paige Elizabeth Smith
Anastasia Stelse needs December in October
Savannah Stewart is shut out of understanding
Richard Weiser was born ready for this fight
Share a small-town Memorial Day with Gabriel Welsch
Ron Burch wants you to know just what he's missing
Wayne Cresser learns a little something about discipline from the father of history
Tommy Dean knew them
Thomas Kearnes is living a true Christmas nightmare
Sheree La Puma lets the heat go to her head
Kathy McMullen rides off into the sunset
Bob Raymonda gives us a taste of the future con huevos
Michelle Brianna Ropp remembers the redwoods
Mir-Yashar Seyedbagheri says it all boils down to love
Go anywhere with Mark Wagenaar
Cheyenne Marco reviews Jennifer Case's Sawbill: A Search for Place
Charles Rammelkamp reviews Anne Champion's The Good Girl is Always a Ghost
John Yohe reviews Anne Waldman's Trickster Feminism
Simon Barker leaves the front door open
Terena Elizabeth Bell sticks around for the second coming
Brenda Birenbaum buys a Christmas present for the birds
Samuel Cole contemplates love by the alphabet
Tim Drugan-Eppich can't find his way
Sarah Jansen goes to the circus.
Prisha Mehta tells of Lillian and guilt
Marie Schutt waivers about home
Joel Streicker delivers wisdom in a story
Alex Witonsky has a bomb day
Lynn Wohlwend writes a new book
Deborah Kennedy wages war with words
Kristine Steddum finds beauty in plants
Ryland Trahan questions existence
Aubri Adkins makes the exchange of a lifetime
Brianna Albers ponders TV shows
Les Bohem wants to look you in the eye when he speaks to you
Maddie Carey meets the patron saint of the Hurricane
Christina Kapp lives in a house with blue shutters
Jaime Mathis sees a line across the stars
Melanie McCabe is haunted by the house that built her
FLASH CREATIVE NONFICTION
Célèste Fohl instructs on knitting
Samuel Fox offers two essays
Adam Hofbauer writes notes of the near future.
Lee Anne Gallaway-Mitchell breaks down debridement
Jim Ross goes dumpster diving in paradise
Kat Saunders writes of a cursed stone
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December 2018 issue of Gravel.
This magazine is produced by the MFA program
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