Star 82 Review Spring Issue 4.1 Is Live!

Now in its fourth year, Star 82 Review (also written as *82) is the online and print literary and art magazine that I produce at each equinox and solstice, or thereabouts. The Spring 4.1 issue was released today and features haunting, thoughtful and beautiful stories, poems, art, essays, and their combinations by some really good people, from teenagers to a poet in her nineties. In this thirteenth issue we look at the in-between. Not limbo, but waiting. Resting before the next adventure, chapter, heartbreak, hope. The ice melting, but the water leaking. It's moody, a little haunted, and features some thoughtful and beautiful art, including images of bookwork by Edgar Purviance and Karen Apps, as well as an excerpt from Tia Blassingame's project Mourning/Warning.

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Geoffrey Anderson
Karen Apps
Peggy Aylsworth
R.L. Black
Tia Blassingame
Jill Crainshaw
William Cullen, Jr.
Gen Del Raye
Vern Fein
Susan Gundlach
Elisa Jay
Nancy Jentsch
Alastair Johnston
Richard Jones
Mukethe Kawinzi
Tricia Knoll
Andrea Lewis
Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco
Madeline Nelkin
Toti O'Brien
Lesley Patterson-Marx
Edgar Purviance
Justin Rogers
Michael Shirzadian
Sarah J. Sloat
Tim Staley
Jamie Sullivan
Daniel W. Thompson
Josette Torres
Andy Tu
Shelton Walsmith
Amy Ward-Smith
Thomas Wojak
Ellen Roberts Young



Liz Ackert said…
I'm new to your blog and thus to *82. For sure it will take a while to absorb all that is here. So just a brief comment to say thank you ... I'll be back!
Alisa said…
Welcome, Liz!