the Fall 2014 issue: contributors

18 Jul

Hey y’all. The Fall 2014 issue is coming together.


New work will include:

Poem. Vinita Agrawal, “Summer We Called Home”

3 Poems. Liz Ahl, “Walnut,” “From Your Grandmother’s Steamer Trunk…,” “Travel Alarm Clock”

Poem. Jeffrey Alfier, “Down Culmore Point to River Foyle”

2 Poems. Win Bassett, “Lest We Forget,” “Only You Can Prevent Nothing”

Poem. David Bowman, “The Tree Fallen From”

Poem. Amy Blythe, “In Exile”

2 Poems. Ana Caballero, “Differences,” “Yellow Tomatoes”

2 Poems. Gayatri Lakhiani Chawla, “Leaving Sind,” “Gravity”

Poem. Grant Clauser, “Visiting the Old House”

Poem. Tobi Cogswell, “Inishbofin”

Poem. Joan Colby, “Etched”

3 Poems. Elizabeth Crowell, “Family Camp,” “Fathers with Their Daughters,” “The Lure”

Fiction. Christopher DiCicco, “Why Wolves Take the Calves First”

Poem. William Doreski, “The Scarcity of Antlers”

Poem. Sean Thomas Dougherty, “The Formal Fugue of Letting Go”

Poem. Marla Sink Druzgal, “If I Could Change”

3 Poems. Robert Fanning, “House of Childhood,” “The House We Almost Bought,” “Back to the Old House”

Poem. Richard Foerster, “River Road”

Poem. Trina Gaynon, “Sixties Tract Plan”

2 Images. Anna Gragert, “Enter,” “Worry Lines”

2 Poems. John Grey, “The Family Reunion,” “An American Family Watches the News”

Fiction. Barbara Harroum. “Rerouted”

Poem. Richard Heby, “The Plum”

Poem. Ed Higgins, “Poem for the betraying Lover and his new Love”

Poem. Saba Husain, “The House by Highway 290″

Poem. Jamie Keith, “Inheritance”

Poem. Michael Lythgoe, “Born Upriver”

Fiction. Anthony Martin, “Ill Not in the Mind”

Fiction. Amanda Miska, “Slow Wave”

Fiction. Danny Powell, “Buried Things”

3 Poems. Billy Reynolds, “American Summer,” “North Alabama School for the Lost and Found,” “South Georgia Sentimental Half-Moon in the New Year”

2 Poems. John G. Rodwan, Jr., “The Place” and “Collectors’ Things”

3 Poems. Susan Underwood, “Specter,” “Tick,” “Splinter”

Fiction. Luke Wortley, “Sarah”


We’re fence-sitting with a few more right now. We’ll decide on them soon.

The issue will also include our usual enfolded folio, some music (yes true), and some interviews with unexpected people.

We are Super Excited about this issue and can hardly wait to release it. Thank you for sitting on the porch with us.

3 Responses to “the Fall 2014 issue: contributors”

  1. vinita18 July 18, 2014 at 05:14 #

    Reblogged this on Vinita Words and commented:
    Kudos to PeaRiver Journal! Can’t wait to read this issue themed around ‘The Burden of Home’.

  2. vinita18 July 18, 2014 at 05:15 #

    Can’t wait to read the issue! 🙂

    • Patricia July 18, 2014 at 05:33 #

      We can hardly wait until it’s ready for you! xx

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