NUALA LINCKE-IVIC, EDITOR
West Los Angeles College


From the Editor
Mission Statement
Submission Guidelines
Flash Fiction Contest

drama

Tiffany Tang: Death Returns
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essays

Du’Ron Fisher: My Father’s Story
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flash fiction

Tina Eady: Alcohol
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interviews

William Wallis: Creator of Worlds
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novels

William Wallis: Hawk, Warrant Glen
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pedagogy

Anthony A. Lee: I Ain’t Gonna Read No Book

poetry

Micaela Rios Jimenez: A poem and two haiku
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stories

Kasia Szarek: Lemonade
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nonflash

Contributing Editors...

faculty
WILLIAM WALLIS
Los Angeles Valley College

Poet’s Corner


“There is, in fact, a bittersweet taint to all my first-hand knowledge of Native American history, culture, literature, and music. Alcohol, factionalism, and despair had decimated the tribes before my peripheral involvement…”
faculty
A. JAY ADLER

Los Angeles Southwest College

Poetic License


“The first thing I look for in a poem is its voice. It is likely not the first thing I find.”
faculty
ANTHONY A. LEE
West Los Angeles College

The Subaltern Voice


“[Mir]…confesses that he has abandoned the worship of God for the worship of a woman. His prayers to God he counts as only treason to his new beloved. He knows he is ruined.”

faculty
TORRENCE BRANNON-REESE
Los Angeles Southwest College

Youth Violence in Chicago & Beyond:
Why We’ve Failed Our Youth, and Where We Go from Here

"When I read the Facebook postings of some of the writings of the youngsters who were happy that the 21-year-old rapper was murdered, it became apparent to me that they have lost hope, direction and purpose in life if they ever had it.”

faculty
SURANA SINGH
East Los Angeles College

Art History & Travel Series:


“Traditional Myth, Hinduism, and Buddhism: Naga at Angkor

“The ocean is seen as the repository of all potentialities [and] only by the joint efforts of the gods and the [demons] was it possible to churn it, thus retrieving a number of precious objects and divine beings which would benefit mankind.“

faculty
KEVIN MORRISSEY
Los Angeles City College

Five Answers About City’s Theatre Arts Department


“The coming spring semester is very exciting for the LACC Theatre. The Academy will be performing Untitled Warhol Project at the American College Theatre Festival-45 at Los Angeles Theatre Center on Saturday, February 16.“

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