Mary Ardery mourns and reflects.
Micki Blenkush turns trash into treasure.
Nancy Bryan pays homage to the king of the seas.
Trevor Conway writes a Villanelle.
Barbara Daniels watches the snow fall.
Alexa Doran comes to know holiness.
Kari Ann Ebert meditates on the lifespan of a soap bubble.
Jennifer Judge finds lost coins.
Cecil Morris answers fate's call.
Christine Pacyk and Virginia Smith Rice watch the weather bleed.
Jonathan Riccio needs a new haircut.
Kelly R. Samuels dives headfirst into life.
Dorsía Smith Silva sees three iguanas.
Juliana Crespo mourns the loss of a real good friend.
Sean Cunningham goes looking for answers.
Adam Lock sees a rat.
Melissa Ostrom spins two tales.
Angela Schlein laments the death of a store.
Marvin Shackelford plots the husband's demise.
Cathy Ulrich remembers a murdered clerk.
Daniel Uncapher tastes salt.
Emily Hoover explores the familial ties that bind us.
Kim Magowan and Michelle Ross go for a drive—it's a beautiful day!
Ginger Beck goes back to school.
Malcolm Chang faces the music.
Katie Cortese sees four pink plus signs.
Claire Harris walks like an Egyptian.
James Ryan meets an American Icon.
Autumn Shah sees the sun come out.
Jennifer Lucas Townsend goes to church.
FLASH CREATIVE NONFICTION
Steven Gowin brings two stories.
David Morgan O'Connor seeks to find himself.
Katherine Riegel plays with her food.
Amy Whitehouse shoulders the weight.
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November 2018 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 Ginger Beck
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