Aquifer

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Moonlight & Roses

By Charlotte Holmes

Summer and the phosphorescence of music, flowers, and long-term love.

Non-FictionPublished: May 19, 2017

Dear Doctor

By Hannah Kaplan

Confidence is beautiful.

Digital StoriesPublished: May 12, 2017

The Girl in the Boat

By Sequoia Nagamatsu

A mother finds the ocean in her child...

FictionPublished: May 10, 2017

Two Poems

By John Sibley Williams

It's spring, thank god...

PoetryPublished: May 4, 2017

Enough Sealant to Pool the Concavity

By Joe Sacksteder

A multi-media story about grief... and tar.

FictionPublished: April 28, 2017

Interview: Denise Duhamel

By Danielle Kessinger for TFR

The realities of our everyday lives can be powerful...

InterviewPublished: April 12, 2017

Three Poems

By Denise Duhamel

open the call box—

PoetryPublished: April 12, 2017

A New Acquaintance

By Michael Kaplan

Getting to know people is complicated... and funny...

Digital StoriesPublished: April 11, 2017

What the Bats Say

By Connie May Fowler

We are one decade into the new century and spring is glorious on the sandbar... before...

Non-FictionPublished: April 5, 2017

Interview: Paul Lisicky

By Lisa Roney for TFR

How do we have sane and safe relationships when the world just outside the window is in chaos?

InterviewPublished: March 31, 2017

Refrigerator Girl

By Paul Lisicky

Truck leaned in for the kiss...

FictionPublished: March 28, 2017

I Want to Know You All

By Kathryn Nuernberger

I was listening to this sort of ignorant blowhard...

PoetryPublished: March 20, 2017

Two Poems on Florida

By John Balaban

Naked, floating face down in the tv room / filled with seawater...

PoetryPublished: March 17, 2017

Manpower

By Rigoberto González

Abuelo was the picker. Apá was the packer. Alex and I took turns harvesting grape and carrying the heavy boxes...

Non-FictionPublished: March 8, 2017

The Giant

By Matt Salyer and Tim Larsen

I want to go home...

Graphic NarrativePublished: February 26, 2017

Two Love Poems

By Major Jackson, Didi Jackson

A pair of poems celebrating love in a cold climate.

PoetryPublished: February 13, 2017

Interview: Julie Marie Wade

By Danielle Kessinger for TFR

Now this is going to be a new kind of experiment. How do I make it visual and verbal at the same time?

InterviewPublished: February 5, 2017

Crepuscle

By Peter LaBerge

I won’t deny it any longer...

PoetryPublished: February 5, 2017

The Double Under the Bed

By Dana Roeser

Elizabeth A. I. Powell's Willy Loman’s Reckless Daughter or Living Truthfully Under Imaginary Circumstances.

Book ReviewPublished: February 5, 2017

Mortal Words

By James Scruton

Kim Addonizio's Bukowski in a Sundress and Mortal Trash.

Book ReviewPublished: February 5, 2017