Articles by Lisa Andrews

Lisa Andrews is a writer and web designer who has gradually dedicated more and more of her time towards publishing. She has a degree in Web and Multimedia Design from Hagerstown Community College and a BA in English with a concentration in writing from Shippensburg University. Her introduction to editing began while attending Hagerstown Community College where she restarted and ran The Hedge Apple Literary Magazine for several years while completing her web degree.


Jared Pearce
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Jaime’s Summer by Jared Pearce

Jaime’s Summer by Jared Pearce   It should begin along the lines: sorrow, red moon above naked maples, only a sole lamp lit in the house;   gather like the late August rains, like the heat in September, the folds in the living room drapes;   slip away from touch, see how the spiders lift…

RK Riley
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Scarecrow Part 2 by R.K.Riley

Scarecrow part 2 R.K.Riley   The winter wind calls      shrieks      whispers my name       through her frozen       unmoving            lips. Beneath still eyes                 …baby…baby…get mama down… the dead corn                smears                     rough brown blood against my naked feet. My gaze locked                there     nowhere as her straw hand                scratches                     claws                          tears at my hair       cheek                throat.                …please…please…baby…get me down… Can’t.     Won’t.     Shouldn’t. Lost down…

Sundress Publications
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Best of the Net Nominees

We’ve submitted our nominees for the 2014 Best of the Net Anthology by Sundress Publications. We could chose from Issues 4, 5, and 6, which really covers quite a bit of ground! We nominated: Birdcage by Katherine Neal Fifty Autumns by Kelly Dumar Mamas’s Bread by Aida Ibisevic Southern Girls by Melissa Watkins Starr The…

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In Search of Autumn – Send Us Your Stuff

We’re going to start populating our site with some additional content. We’d like you, dear reader, to send us your poetry, short short fiction, or creative nonfiction for a weekly story/poem feature. The content will only go on our site, and the turnaround time for submissions is going to be super speedy. We only have…

Black Widow
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Black Widow by Carolyn D. Elias

Lover, I feed on my prey, like an unkindness of ravens, circling a carcass, set to be ravished. I will devour you to plug my boredom and loneliness. I am empty, a vessel subsisting on blood-lust. I am a parasite. If you love me, teach me to be my own happiness. Carolyn D. Elias’ work…

Melissa Hamilton - Author
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Melissa Hamilton: Issue 3

What was the inspiration behind “a love poem, of sorts”? It’s drawn predominantly from experience. Essentially, the poem began as a coping mechanism after a disturbing conversation; however, the poem itself took years to evolve (and even now, I’m not sure it’s fully complete). Distance, objectivity, and many creative workshops were undoubtedly key to its…

Retrospect Designs
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Interested in Reading for Apeiron?

The deadline to apply has passed. If you applied, we’re giving the pool until August 15 to return their applications before we pick our team. Thanks, everyone, for your interest! Hello! We’re in need of slush readers. What’s a slush reader? A pile of submissions is known as ‘slush’ (vocabulary for the day!) and, well,…

Bucks County Community College
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34th Annual Bucks County Poet Laureate Contest

I’m unsure on the exact details of this contest. I don’t know if you have to be a long-time resident of the county, etc., but here’s the info: 10 original poems; no more, no fewer. Any style, form, or length. $500.00 Honorarium Deadline: September Entry forms available at all local libraries and bookstores, or contact…

Vertigo - Thomas Gillaspy
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Thomas Gillaspy: Photography Spotlight

Thomas Gillaspy’s photo, “Vertigo,” was used as cover art for issue 6. Tell us about your photograph “Vertigo.” Where did you take this photo? Vertigo was taken in Boulder, Colorado. This intensely red wall juxtaposed with the damaged road sign and shadows produces a sense of instability. What interests you about urban minimalism? In my…

Aida
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Aida Ibisevic: Summer 2013

What was the inspiration behind “Mama’s Bread“? “Mama’s Bread” depicts the first winter during Bosnian war. It captures the angst my family and I felt waiting for my brother to return home from the trenches, and the constant hunger that lingered on. A little background on the war for those not familiar… During the early…

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