Guffy Bergman tells how one family copes.
Dan A. Cardoza remembers a simpler time.
Dionne Custer Edwards explains if stars were rumors.
José del Valle and the tart taste of life.
Richard Dinges, Jr. watches time pass.
Jonathan Endurance stories from the past.
Joel Fry explains how processes never change.
Dave Harrity recalls what we have lost.
Diane Henningfeld welcomes back the vultures.
Imran Khan hallucinates a woman howling.
Luke Kuzmish is lucky his offer wasn't accepted.
George Moore describes the place where he lived.
Agnes Hanying Ong reads and waits.
Jayne Pugh tells us how much things matter.
Rituparna Sahoo's sadness darkens the light.
Claudia Serea shares two poems.
Bret Shepherd heads due north.
Marc Swan reminiscences about childhood.
Anne Marie Warner longs for lemons.
Lindsey Warren speaks of her last day.
Richard Weaver shares his unleavened thoughts.
Richard Widerkehr dreams.
B.J. Wilson on suburb invasion.
Michael Aliprandini watches the world move on.
Brennan Burks flashes back to the past.
Ashton Carlile explains how it feels to want to go home again.
Andrew Ciaccio loses track of time.
D. M. Dunn's looking for a date who's out of this world.
Erin Lyndal Martin shares the other woman's side of the story.
Yan Sham-Shackleton is perched up high.
Peter J. Stavros has an invite.
Annie Trinh may crack, but will not break.
Francine Witte shares a family's magic chair legend.
Julia Hornsby captures natural beauty.
Edward Lee challenges perspective.
Mario Loprete gives realism in each brush stroke.
JJ D'Onofrio unifies dreams with waking life.
Edward Michael Supranowicz gives us art through a different view.
Sue Wicker paints different faces.
Jennifer Brown visits the circus.
Peter Colwell wants to show you around the Smokies.
Dustin Heron plays Santa down at the border.
Shaunacy Ferro sees ghosts in the produce section.
Vineetha Mokkil can't breath after a loss.
Brian Moore tells us of an unexpected relationship.
Mark Poe finds new beginnings.
Mike Zimmerman waits for the haunting.
Carolyn Guinzio's video challenges borders.
Hayden Rigby gives us poetry through video.
Cassie Gross sorts out a quarrel.
Mister Hager shares the real Boy Scout tales.
Bryan Lindsey remembers his first kiss.
Dan Morey is content in the wild grass.
Cameron Steele wonders how far has she come?
Mike Zimmerman remembers his first story.
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Brendan Connolly searches in Brooklyn Heights.
Annette Covrigaru shares where their pulse takes them.
Donna L Greenwood flashes back to childhood.
Alice Lowe goes for a run.
Bill Merklee shares his mother's final moments of breath.
Corey Miller interacts with slang.
Julie Patterson loses control.
Natalie Smith Parra returns to the Land of the Sick.
Sarah Pollock is in shock.
Clara Roberts needs a warm blanket.
Kevin Stadt finds his magic.
Charlie J. Stephens parts ways.
Jan Worth wonders where all this is heading.
Jessica Purdy reviews Douglas Cole's The Gold Tooth in the Crooked Smile of God.
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May 2019 issue of Gravel.
This magazine is produced by the MFA program
in creative writing at the University of Arkansas at Monticello editorial staff.
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