Sinking Slow by Amy Casey
Editor's Letter | Laura Maylene Walter
Portrait of Self as Running Water | Brett Cortelletti
At the African American Debutante Ball
in Youngstown | Dom Fonce
Seeking Greener Pastures in Symptoms
that Fevers Me | Nnadi Samuel
in the garden | Sunita Theiss
What I Mean When I Say I Want More | Sara Moore Wagner
No More Fables on the Third Date | Sean Cho A.
Dinner table for the endangered species | Isabella Barricklow
Loose Threads | Molly Gabriel
Thirty | Amy Stuber
Before You Leap | Brian Moore
How We Coped with the Giant Robots | Anna Cabe
The Apocalypse in Stages or Your First Kiss | Miranda Williams
The Machine Room | Nathan Willis
Passing a Heifer on the Highway | Anna Girgenti (poetry)
Conversations at the End of the World | Jena Vallina (fiction)
Eid Mubarak | Yasmine Rukia (fiction)
Poetry Contest Winners
but the wind blew me back via Warren, Ohio in the dead of night | Matt Mitchell (Winner)
For the girl who wishes she could be less different | Nardine Taleb (Runner Up)
Finalists: “Cleveland” by Tiara Dinevska-McGuire; “Poem Which Runs Away with Itself” by Lucas Jorgensen; “The Crow” by Brittany McCauley; and “Autopsy Autopsy” by Michelle Skupski Bissell
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Gordon Square Review is a publication of Literary Cleveland, a nonprofit committed to creating a vital, diverse, and supportive literary community in Northeast Ohio.
We will be open July 15, 2020 through October 1, 2020 for regular submissions.