Annie Diamond trusts the proximities
Maia Evrona muses about wine, flowers & art
Laurinda Lind hits a false note
Jean-Luc Fontaine takes a hike.
Ariel Machell has a picnic
Jane Yolen waltzes with eggs
Tom Gresham goes to the beach
Anna Vangala Jones takes us on a walk
FLASH CREATIVE NONFICTION
Anne Gammon reflects over teacher's question
Abby Shaffer has target practice
Vivian Wagner reminisces about her mom
Claire Polders reviews New Micro
Ben Blythe wants to get you high.
Tyler Corbridge gets magic in the Mojave.
Toni Halleen goes people watching.
Harold Ackerman shares rustic beauty
Gaby Bedetti shares photography
John Timothy Robinson brings printmaking
DL Shirey says thank you
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September 2018 issue of Gravel.
This magazine is produced by the MFA program
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Cover image by Harold Ackerman
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