The Medulla Review: Volume 1, Issue #1

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The first issue of the extraordinary experimental literary journal—The Medulla Review, is now only available in e-book and print. Featuring poetry by Todd Boss, Louisa Casanave, Heather Fowler, Ricky Garni, KJ, Marilyn Kallett, Dorianne Laux, Susan Slaviero, and Elaine Zimmerman. Flash fiction by Eric Beeny, Ginny Connors, Shome Dasgupta, Ethel Rohan, and J.A. Tyler. Fiction by Barry Jay Kaplan, Richard Kostelanetz, Karl Koweski, Adam Moorad, and Rochelle Potkar. Contemporary poets rise authentic, hurling themselves heartfirst into edgy, fluid verses.  At times their voices roll with the unique fullness of clouds: the poems explode and seem to hold completely still.  The fiction presented offers the reader ten different worlds of experience, yet, like a tuft of grass defying concrete, the worlds are connected through indefinable yearning, the grinding feeling of wanting but not quite having.  From pre-birth to old age, the stories brazen out our need for understanding, love, loss, and—like the inevitability of trains—death.  They are at once subjective and projective.  They don’t merely scratch the surface, but rather, they dig a raw, bloody place that will leave beautiful holograms of scars all over your mind.   These voices are screaming.  They are surreal.  They are like no others.

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