Heat Wave Contents

By on Sep 23, 2010 in Uncategorized

The theme for this issue was “heat.” The theme for next issue will be “passion.”

Poetry

Ballad of the Skylight Diner — Lou Orfanella
What We Do Not Say — Anthony Botti
Run Down by a Dune Buggy on Fire Island — R. Steve Benson
Sunday Evening — Joseph LoGuidice
Late Night with a Seasoned Poet — Mary Sayler
Finding Giverny Off A Sand Road In Rural FL — Mary Sayler
The Monkey Chronicles — Doug Ramspeck

 

Fiction

Kissing Peter Tork — Lou Orfanella
The French Teacher — Margaret Karmazin
The Broken Cross (Part 1)  — John T. Hitchner

 

Essays

Tennis above the Net — John F. Joyce
My Calderon Years (Part 1) — Dean Borok
The Last Taboo — Jon Baldwin
Two Islands: England and Eel Pie Island — John F. Joyce
Sardinian Sunshine: The Most Undiscovered Part of Italy — Linda Oatman High
The Palm Tree Goddess — Tala Bar
Out of Kentucky — Mattie Louise

 

Humor

The Mobile Classroom — Thomas Sullivan
The Last Ant — K. A. Laity

 

Cuttings

Cuttings are shorter pieces, thoughts and observations.

A  Small, Green Piece of  Paper  — John F. Joyce
Cicadas — Charles Sanft
Jumping Rope in Fitler Square — Bernie Mojzes


Artwork

Heat — Aditi Laddha
Soular Eclipse — Randy Thurman
Fire Sky — Darla Farner
Remembrance — Mary Ann Reilly
Woman in Hutong — Alexandra Parsons
River Girl — Alisha Gaspard
Long I Stood — Alisha Gaspard

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About

Alyce Wilson is the editor of Wild Violet and in her copious spare time writes humor, non-fiction, fiction and poetry, keeps an online journal, and is working on a book, Belated Mommy: How to Cope With Being an Older Mom. Her first chapbook, Picturebook of the Martyrs, and her e-book/pamphlet, Stay Out of the Bin! An Editor's Tips on Getting Published in Lit Mags (which she plans to update soon) and her book of essays and columns, The Art of Life, can be ordered from her Web site, AlyceWilson.com. She lives with her husband in the Philadelphia area and takes far too many photos of her attractive cat, Luke, and handsome toddler, nicknamed Kung Fu Panda.

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