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•Boundaries of Desire: On Elle Nash’s Animals Eat Each Other, review by Jen Corrigan

•Blood Stripes, the Ambush, and Other Nightmares, poem by Aaron Graham

•The Transmitter: Alan Catlin Answers the Questions That Matter, interview

•The Dictionary, poem by Claudia Serea

•Connecting Identity to Words: On Ivan Coyote’s Tomboy Survival Guide, review by Lys Morton

•Moon House, poem by Howie Good

•The Wreck, story by Tim Wasem

•Music as Muse: On Megan Falley’s Bad Girls, Honey (Poems about Lana Del Rey), review by Cetoria Tomberlin

•Olive Hill, poem by Sue Blaustein


•Most Anticipated April Books booklist by Leah Angstman

•DaguerreoTyped #13: April historical photo prompt writing challenge

•On Rion Amilcar Scott’s Insurrections, review by Jen Corrigan

•Call Us What You’d Like, historical photo prompt story by Nathan Alling Long

•Permission, memoir by Jonita Davis

•The Transmitter: Jared A. Carnie Answers the Questions That Matter, interview

•On Rita Banerjee’s Echo in Four Beats, review by Melissa Grunow

Shelfie: Christina Collins Shares Her Bookshelf

•Submissions have now reopened for Undeniable: Writers Respond to Climate Change