The brand new issue of Sassafras is out – issue 2, with some carefully selected artworks, some splendid poetry, a list of sad and happy memories from a journey, an interview with an indie author with a childhood love of wrestling, and a lot more. How about a family of wackos, a recollection of teen angst and forbidden feelings, and finding a stray?
This and some more great writing will be waiting for you inside the Sassafras Literary Magazine’s second issue. (Go ahead, I know you want to open it)
Sassafras issue 2 – PDF (the double spread is WP, it should open as a single page view.)
Sassafras Literary Magazine issue 2 - September 16th Issue 2 pdf Content: Artwork Ira Joel Haber - Red and White Gas Station Floor Piece, Two Small Houses and One Tree Floor Piece, Road House Restaurant Floor Piece Andrea Bennett - Kid Nate, Reeses poetry Lavinia Andrei Jennings - Harp Jillian Benedict - Toes, When I think of My Father Carol Deminski - She Took To Her Bed Howie Good - On the Eve of the Next War Peter Harris - La Haute Barre August 2012 Chelene Knight - If Teeth Could Talk Matea Kulic - Baba Vera Todor Oluic - The Strand, The Satin Bowerbird Jake St John - Journeyman fiction Alessandra Davy-Falconi - Pride Darrin McCloskey - The O'Doodles Meghan Rose Allen - No One is Going To Steal Your Refrigerator nonfiction Wanda Clevenger - The Sin of Willful Thinking Jamie Feldman - Souvenirs from Our Anniversary Trip to Paris Ray McClaghlan Jr - 'Wrestling is a weird drug'- interview with Nathaniel G. Moore