Francine Witte

Francine Witte’s poetry and fiction have appeared in SmokeLong Quarterly, Wigleaf, Mid-American Review, Passages North, and many others. Her latest books are Dressed All Wrong for This (Blue Light Press,) The Way of the Wind (AdHoc fiction,) and (The Theory of Flesh.) Her chapbook, The Cake, The Smoke, The Moon (flash fiction) will be published by ELJ September, 2021. She lives in NYC.… Read More Francine Witte

Taylor Byas

Taylor Byas is a Black poet and essayist. Originally from Chicago, she moved to Alabama for six years, where she received both her Bachelor’s degree in English and her Master’s degree in English (Creative Writing concentration) from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Taylor currently lives in Cincinnati, Ohio where she is a second year… Read More Taylor Byas

Moisés R. Delgado

Moisés R. Delgado is a queer Latinx writer from the Midwest. His prose appears in or is forthcoming from The Pinch, Puerto del Sol, Passages North, Pidgeonholes, Homology Lit, and elsewhere. Moisés can often be found dancing on the moon. We’re happy to have got the chance to interview Moisés and to re-present writing of his from Passages North. One… Read More Moisés R. Delgado

‘Little Feasts’ by Jules Archer Reviewed by Al Kratz

Jules ArcherPaperback | 82 Pages 978-1-7345158-0-0 | First Edition | $16.99Thirty West Publishing House| BUY HERE Don’t let the title fool you. Little Feasts is a huge serving of robust storytelling. In these nineteen short-stories, averaging about four pages each, Archer works fast and forceful, with premises that are funny and new, shocking but never… Read More ‘Little Feasts’ by Jules Archer Reviewed by Al Kratz