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Cover Photo by Jill Boyles

Poetry

Carol Barrett   |   San Francisco Bay Park, Dusk

Virginia Barrett   |   Self-Portrait as the Landscape Painter in Italy

Phillip W. Brown   |   Picking Peaches in Late Summer

Sandy Coomer   |   There

Joe Cottonwood   |   Solstice, December

Natalie Crick    |   Deer

Dilantha Gunawardana   |   Binomial Nomenclature

 Susan E. Gunter  |   After Coleridge

Ed Hack   |   Autumn Ghosts

David Koenig  |   Fall

Tricia Knoll   |   Traces

Andrew Kuhn  |   Everything you don’t know about fire

Donna J. Gelagotis Lee  |   Lover

Beth McDonough   |   Blood oranges, Shrove Tuesday

Damon Moore   |   The Treehouse

Rachel Nix   |   A woman in town tells me

Richard Parisio   |   Climate Denial

Linda Parsons   |   The Voice, After All

Kate Wallace Rogers  |   Fall Language of Cape Cod

LindaAnn Lo Schiavo   |   Growing Fig Tress in Gravesend, Brooklyn

Don Thompson | Anger (Buena Vista Slough)

Vivian Wagner | The Places We Inherit Aren’t Always the Places We Live


F.E. Walls |
Prodigal

Allyson Whipple | Still Life With My Love In the Act of Surrender

Joan White | THE BIRD THAT DISAPPEARED FROM THE CITY OF LONDON

Burgi Zenhaursen | Great Blue Heron

Essay

Laura Hampton | A Brush with Death

Art

Jill Boyles | Eight Untitled Photographs

Chris Macalino | Aluminum

Jayne Marek | Blue Butterfly Rising Spirit

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About Forage

Some things are taken by flight. For instance -light and open space. But not all things.

At Forage, we are on the lookout for writing that understands the space between head and heart, and how to pull the two worlds closer together.

We are accepting submissions on a rolling basis and encourage both established and up-and-coming writers to submit poetry, essays, reviews, and art.