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Imaginary Homelands: An Online Poetry Feature
The fragility and strength of origins in new geographies
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Kyle McCord: Something Courageous
"That’s what you want to present to the world. Not some sort of raw guts but actual courage."
A Conversation with Joe Kapitan
Read our interview with Volume 3 Prose Contributor Joe Kapitan!
Interview with Nina Lodico
"I'm very optimistic and really only like to see the best in life, while my work touches on a much deeper level. I like to work in the way of surprising my viewers. Making them realize they wouldn't think I created the work, because once the playful aspect is taken out, I touch on much more serious and personal issues."
Kristina Thalin: Gorgeously Grotesque
"I gravitate towards organized chaos."
Read our interview with Kristina Thalin, whose work appears in Volume 3 of Winter Tangerine Review.
We Were Always Eating Expired Things
A short story by Cheryl Julia Lee
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Terese Svoboda: Delving into the Introspective
"Every word you put down in a story makes the next word more predictable. I see my job as trying to upend that predictability."
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Continue reading What Happens in the Forest, the tenth and last poem in Imaginary Homelands here!
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At WTR's One Year Anniversary, Jeanann Verlee performed several of her pieces, including "Unsolicited Advice to Adolescent Girls with Crooked Teeth and Pink Hair", "Fleeing the Murder (The Child)" and "Jezebel Revisits the Book of Kings".