Craig Buchner describes the motion of language and love.
Charlotte Covey gives us a glimpse of intimacy in her three poems.
Stuart Gunter describes a morning at the Roastery.
Robin Hendricks swallows the moment whole.
William Joel feels older.
Eddie Krzeminski offers up three poems.
Cameron Morse shows us everyday life in his three poems.
Matt Muth pulls the pin on emotion.
Haley Sherif asks "How long?"
Andrew Szilvasy understands truth of dog.
Vicki Addesso summons the women of literary past.
Whitney Chen unearths the secrets of the night.
Bryan Harvey investigates a historical mystery.
Virginia Elizabeth Hayes continues to fight.
Toshiya Kamei translates Yoshiro Takayasu's Afterglow.
Debra Levy is a woman of voracious appetites.
Jacqueline Logan rides to the end.
J Thomas Murphy feels lost after losing a pet.
Patrick Nevins questions motivation.
Emel Karakozak blooms in photos.
Bill Wolak presents brilliant images.
Robbie Cusella is a mythmaker.
Lisa Hardy suffers through a medical procedure.
FLASH CREATIVE NONFICTION
Daniel Garcia gives us an interpretation response.
J.B. Stone grapples with ghosts of his father.
Laurette Folk shares her view on a lost teenage love.
PB Johnson finds life amongst the chaos.
Joyce Wheatley spins two tales.
Steven Asch: A fiery particulate sunset illuminates the dusty river rocks in Momentum.
Flo Au offers a moment of trancendence.
S.W. Campbell tells us why in Nickels and Dimes.
Montana Rogers knows the value of family traditions.
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March 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 Bill Wolak
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