Issue 7. Summer 2014.

Cover. Table of Contents.

Online Features.

Art

Mindfulness by Sam Nejati 

Poetry

MARGOT DOUAIHY
Water

Margot Douaihy, RYT, MA, PhD  Candidate (Lancaster University)), is the author of I Would Ruby If I Could (Factory Hollow Press, 2013) Her writing and insights have been featured in The Guardian, The Madison Review, Philadelphia Stories, Mic, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Belle Réve Literary Journal, and Poets House. www.margotdouaihy.com   

Soleil by Carla Crawford

Fiction

MOLLY DOYLE
Sketches of the Arctic Tundra in October

Molly Doyle recently graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz with a degree in creative writing. This is her first fiction publication. She enjoys writing both poetry and fiction and hopes to continue to do so in her travels after college. 

Sur La Mer by Sefla Joseph

Nonfiction

FRANCES LEFKOWITZ
Dry Season

Frances Lefkowitz (FrancesLefkowitz.net) is the author of To Have Not, named one of five Best Memoirs of 2010 by SheKnows.com. She has also published hundreds of articles, essays, and stories in national literary and consumer magazines from Tin House, Glimmer Train, New World Writing, Fiction, Superstition Review, and The Sun to Good Housekeeping, Natural Health, Martha Stewart's Whole Living, and National Geographic's Green Guide. Honors include a Rhode Island State Council on the Arts Prize (twice) and Best American Essays. The former Senior Editor of Body+Soul and current Book Reviewer for Good Housekeeping. Frances also teaches writing workshops and blogs about writing, publishing, and footwear at PaperinMyShoe.com