WINTER 2018

regarding joy

Photo by Olivia Basile

Perfect Joy

EDITOR’S APOLOGIA | Winter 2018

PLEASURE. HAPPINESS. JOY. The first beckons us constantly. The second evades us, then embraces us, then evades us again. The third exists only in theory until it strikes us, and then suddenly becomes more real than anything else we have known…

Prose

Flounder

a short story by
ELIZABETH BRUCE | Educator + Writer

Full Circle

a prose poem by
YEYET SORIANO | Mother + Writer

Loser

a short story by
MAHARNAV BHUYAN | Journalist + Writer

Visual Arts

Passageways

a prose poem and painting by
JENNIFER BABCOCK | Mother + Artist

Poetry

Blinking

a poem by
DAVID WALKER | Teacher + Poet

Pain? Not

a poem by
FABRICE POUSSIN | Professor + Poet

Fury

call for submissions, spring 2018

Photo by Nathan Anderson

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The Gospel in Gerard Manley Hopkins

Selections from His Poems, Letters, Journals, and Spiritual Writings

Edited by Remembered Arts poet, Peggy Ellsberg
Foreword by Dana Gioia

“[Ellsberg] pays a great poet the respect of taking his core beliefs seriously.” -Dana Gioia


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Life + Art

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WE HAVE ALL FORGOTTEN WHAT WE REALLY ARE. All that we call common sense and rationality and practicality and positivism only means that for certain dead levels of our life we forget that we have forgotten. All that we call spirit and art and ecstasy only means that for one awful instant we remember that we forget. 

G.K. Chesterton