Nicole Emmelhainz offers glimpses into farm life.
Brittany Franclemont describes the emotional experience of loss to being numb.
Mary Hanrahan explores being a passenger.
Amorak Huey and W. Todd Kaneko team up to cover rock and roll.
David Dodd Lee transform life into beauty with everyday images.
Jenica Lodde breaks free from the nets of life through song.
David Joez Villaverde shows us Detroit.
Mark Benedict's protagonist sees the god alive in her passions.
Phoebe Cramer gets in a little over her head.
Spencer Litman writes of drugs and survival.
Christopher Aslan Overfelt understands an angry teen mom.
S. Craig Renfroe Jr openly expresses true concerns from a DTB.
Devon Balwit reviews Sleep in a Strange House by Jessica Purdy
Renuka Raghavan reviews Everyday There is Something About Elephants
Rose Holliday Campbell's son shares her artwork with the world, posthumously.
J.E. Crum takes us on a journey filled with self-discovery.
Christy Lorio takes us to the swamp.
Bonnie E. Carlson understands cats.
Eileen Cunniffe keeps in touch through happy hour.
Kathryn Fitzpatrick looks back at the social injustice of high school.
Mark Spitzer wrestles with alligator gar.
Benjamin Toche works through relationship with food.
Emily Townsend does think about it.
FLASH CREATIVE NONFICTION
Chris Milam searches for a smoke.
Kelsie Shaw contemplates past and present conditions.
Dan Brotzel writes an afterword.
Jeff Frawley covers gloom with a mysterious ambiance.
John M. Garcia ponders solitude.
Emily Livingstone questions if a lonely man is living in his mom's basement.
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February 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 J.E. Crum
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