A late summer sandcastle. A cup of tea with a friend. A painting of a tropical shore. The violin sound of extinguished birthday candles. The power of words, of the natural world, of dreams, of Death Itself, or at least Charon, his boatman. To a select few is given the ability to see the universe in a grain of sand. Even fewer have the ability to convey their experience in such a way as to evoke it in others.
- Like Birdsong, the Memory of Your Touch
by Izzy Wasserstein
- The Sweetest Source
by J. L. Jones (available on 5/11)
by P.H. Low (available on 5/18)
- By Our Own Hands
by Anya Leigh Josephs (available on 5/25)
- Editorial: May 2021
by Arley Sorg and Christie Yant
- Interview: Tasha Suri
by Arley Sorg (available on 5/25)
- Self-Portrait as Wolf
by Louisa Muniz (available on 5/18)
by Kim Whysall-Hammond (available on 5/21)
This issue's cover art by Black Spring / Adobe Stock Image.