WordCity Literary Journal. 100 Thousand Poets for Change

Table of Contents Letter From the Editor. Darcie Friesen Hossack Welcome to WordCity Literary Journal’s September 2021 issue. For this month’s theme, we joined the 100 Thousand Poets for Change movement, and sought works to shine light into dark places. As ever, more brilliant writers and poets than we ever expect, came together with theirContinue reading “WordCity Literary Journal. 100 Thousand Poets for Change”

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Main Journal Letter from the Editor.Darcie Friesen Hossack   Fiction.Edited by Sylvia Petter Yours. by Bruce Meyer Yellow Fly. by Niles M. Reddick The Woman Who Vanished into Thin Air. by Raine Geoghegan Chin Chin Chan. by Robert Olen Butler High Tea. by Eliot Hudson Father’s pigeons. by Sherzod Artikov A Letter to My Readers.Continue reading “Table of Contents”

Letter from the editor. Darcie Friesen Hossack

Welcome to WordCity Literary Journal’s September 2021 issue. For this month’s theme, we joined the 100 Thousand Poets for Change movement, and sought works to shine light into dark places. As ever, more brilliant writers and poets than we ever expect, came together with their poems and stories that, as a collection, make up anContinue reading “Letter from the editor. Darcie Friesen Hossack”

Table of Contents. July 2021

Main Journal Letter from the Editor.Darcie Friesen Hossack   Podcast.Produced by Jane Spokenword Nathan D. Horowitz   Fiction.Edited by Sylvia Petter July Fiction Prelude by Sylvia Petter The Log Boom. by Mitch Toews The Silent Imagination. by Gerald Shepherd The Shaming of Oshia. by Joshua Akemecha Two Dead Poets. by Roger Moore Rashida’s Daughter. byContinue reading “Table of Contents. July 2021”

WordCity Literary Journal. (M)othering

Table of Contents Letters from the Editors:Darcie Friesen Hossackwith guest editors Anne Sorbie and Heidi Grogan Dear Readers, This month is special for a number of reasons. Spring has finally arrived in the Northern Rockies climate I call home. It is also the month of Mothering, or Mother’s Day, in certain parts of the world.Continue reading “WordCity Literary Journal. (M)othering”