Issue 14 (Spring 2017) is our “Musics” collection, in which whales, thrushes, deities, and even moths have a song to sing.
Table of Contents
Moths to the Flame, by Daniel Rosen
To Sing the Sky from Disarray, by Devan Barlow
Camouflage, by JB Park
When Dooryards First in the Lilac Bloomed, by B. Morris Allen
At the Still Point, by Suzanne J. Willis
Glasswort, Ice, by Emily B. Cataneo
Stacy Nguyen (cover illustration) is a graphic/web designer, illustrator, and writer working in Seattle. She is a former news editor and the current editorial consultant for Northwest Asian Weekly, the oldest Pan-Asian weekly still in print on the West Coast. Her illustrations have won awards from the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association and the Society of Professional Journalists. Stacy earned her Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing from the University of Washington.
Many thanks to the talented artists who drew interior art for this issue: Carrion House, Diana M. Chien, Pear Nuallak, Toeken, Kat Weaver, and P. Emerson Williams.