Fall 2017
Vol. 6 No. 3

We didn’t want for anything. That’s what our
mother always said before telling us to leave her
alone.
— Sarah Bennett, "Wanting"

Sarah Bennett doesn't want for anything.
James Collier dreams they are in bird bones.
Jessica Johns knows a lot of banana facts.
Alex Parker gave that stripper her last twenty dollars.
Hannah Stuparyk thought the boy tasted sad.

Other writers featured in this issue include Elizabeth Ball, Chelsea Comeau, Stephen Gust, Michelle Kelm, Todd Kristensen, Lily Makowski, Mishma Mukith, and Megan Paranich.

Plus, the winners of our Short Fiction and Poetry prizes. And Jason Purcell interviews Daniel Zomparelli, who talks collaboration & Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Accolades
Sarah Bennett's story, "Wanting," won Silver in the Fiction category, Jessica Johns' poem, "Can you imagine my love for banana facts?" was nominated in the Poetry category, Mishma Mukith's essay, "For Men Only," was nominated in the Emerging Writer category at the 2018 Alberta Magazine Awards.

Cover illustration and story illustrations by Chelsea O'Byrne.