A Lyric Novella, An Excerpt VII. Looking Glass iHe’s been halfway around the Lake Superior. Mapped paths across ice from islands to shore and across bays. One crystal clear night, he camped on a tiny, perfectly round frozen lake. An experiment. After that night, he called camping on a frozen lake ‘traveling light.’ Slept on…

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Ed Pavlic

Ed is an author of seven collections of poems and two critical books. His newest works are Who Can Afford to Improvise?: James Baldwin and Black Music, the Lyric and the Listener (Fordham UP, 2015), Let’s Let That Are Not Yet: Inferno (National Poetry Series / Fence Books, 2015), and Visiting Hours at the Color Line (National Poetry Series / Milkweed Editions, 2013). His next book, Live at the Bitter End: A Trial by Opera, will appear in the fall of 2016. He lives in Athens, GA and teaches in the PhD Program in Creative Writing at the University of Georgia.

Tyler Champion

Tyler Champion is an illustrator and designer working in Nashville, TN. He graduated from the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic art in 2010. He has worked on an array of projects including gig posters, concept art for video games, comics, shirt designs, and advertisements.

First Featured In: No. 5, summer 2016

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