Reckoning 1

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Winter Solstice 2016
242 pages
46,000 words

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Table of Contents

Art

Cover – Mona Robles
from Concrete Jungle – Travis Macdonald March 13, 2017
Reckoning – Steve Logan July 10, 2017

Poetry

Erin Hoffman – Transition January 5, 2017 Interview
Mohammad Shafiqul Islam – Rivers Lament January 19, 2017 Interview
James Treat – Four Found Poems February 13, 2017 Interview
Blythe Woolston – Agapostemon February 27, 2017 Interview
Chloe N. Clark – Sidelong Catastrophe March 20, 2017 Interview
Aozora Brockman – Kill or Be Killed April 3, 2017
Tai Allen – third world problems April 24, 2017
Brandon O’Brien – Papa Bois and the Boy May 29, 2017

Fiction

Giselle Leeb – Wolphinia December 29, 2016 Interview
Kate Schapira – Three Alternate Histories January 26, 2017 Interview
Johannes Punkt – The Bumblebee-Maker’s Kiss February 17, 2017 Interview
Goldie Locks – 2222 February 6, 2017 Interview
Daniella Levy – The Olive Harvest March 6, 2017
Cae Hawksmoor – Civitas Sylvatica March 27, 2017
Emily Houk – Plague Winter April 10, 2017
Danika Dinsmore – Insanitary April 17, 2017
Diego Reymondez – Wine and Wisteria May 1, 2017
Robin Wyatt Dunn – The End of Occidentalism May 15, 2017
Lora Rivera – When No One’s Left May 22, 2017
J.R. McConvey – Eel of the Lake June 5, 2017
Benjamin Parzybok – The Hole in the Reef June 19, 2017
Justin Howe – Behind the Sun June 26, 2017
LJ Geoffrion – Written in the Book of the Woods July 3, 2017

Nonfiction

Michael J DeLuca – Editor’s Note: Love in the Time of Reckoning December 21, 2016
Marissa K. Lingen – How Far Are We From Minneapolis? January 12, 2017 Interview
Christopher Brown – Rule of Capture May 8, 2017
George F – In Hambach Forst June 12, 2017

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Author: Michael J. DeLuca

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