Rivet Issue 3
In issue 3 of Rivet, you’ll encounter the sinister power of the ocean for protagonists from different centuries, explore how our understanding of language shapes our origin stories, and follow a Renaissance man and a woman in to space. Your guides? Fiction writers Youssef Alaoui-Fdili, David Crohn, Joachim Frank, Steve Gilmartin, Allison Hymas, and Gina Williams.
Also in this issue, five female poets take on the obscure and the uncomfortable – calling them out into the street to rip them apart then conjoin them into beautiful, prosodic mutants. Get ready for the poetry of Jenn Blair, Rae Hoffman Jager, Caroline Kessler, Sara Emily Kuntz, and Tori Grant Welhouse.
Kissing the Sky – Gina Williams
Two Flash Fictions – David Crohn
* Is There a Bird
* Da Vinci in the Tower
Siren Song – Allison Hymas
Living in Fog – Youssef Alaoui-Fdili
Four Wintu Tales – Steve Gilmartin
Wedding Wishes – Joachim Frank
Getting Closer To It – Rae Hoffman Jager
Found Letter, Collaged Back Together – Caroline Kessler
Lunch Hour at Planned Parenthood – Sara Emily Kuntz
from d r e a m e d, a dictionary – Tori Grant Welhouse
Locals – Jenn Blair
Creative nonfiction will return in Issue 4.
Meanwhile, visit our Views blog for two fresh and crunchy book reviews.
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