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Volume 13 Fall 2022 Edition

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​This issue features fiction by Jonathan Lindberg, Stephenjohn Holgate, & Allison Long; poetry by Chloe Stricklin, Allisa Cherry, Anne Holub, Justin Groppuso-Cook, Justin Howerton, and Sonia Greenfield among others; Creative Nonfiction by Gail Hoskins and Tim Bowers; Cover art by Arnold Fokam

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BOOK REVIEW

​"This Is No Camelot: Matt Sedillo’s City on the Second Floor Shakes Our
Foundational Myths"
by Mary Sutton

"Sedillo, a Chicano poet and activist, illustrates the ways in which people of color, educators, and creatives, particularly, are financially slaughtered within the nightmare that those in power call the American Dream."

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West Trade Review Visual Poetics

We are very excited to premiere the very first video poem in our Visual Poetics Series, "Universe Be Like," written and read by Mae Wissert.  Video edited by Sarah Edmonds. West Trade Review Visual Poetics developed by Ken Harmon

Wissert's poem appears in our Fall 2022 collection of Online Exclusives.  

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