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The Take: Hollie Dugas

Editor’s Statement: Dugas leads us into a dreamscape where the world of plague and bad news is supplanted by color, art and café comforts. Yes, please! This poem is medicine for the isolated desperation settling in, and the declaration, “I want nothing but to finish loving you…get my reds all over you” had me rattling […]

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Michelle Hulan: Indeterminacy, the Shifting Nature of Identity, and the Societal Pressure to Choose a Life

Malisa Garlieb Interviews Issue #54 Poet Michelle Hulan. “While writing, I find I have to resist the urge for resolution, even sometimes preferring anti-resolution.” Michelle Hulan In “Sonnet for Fat Purple Figs” the speaker states, “I will consume enough versions of myself to fill a century.” I found that all three poems resist fixed identities […]

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The Take: Bryanna Licciardi

Ever wonder how journal editors make decisions about work to feature? The Take gives you a glimpse behind the scenes at Mud Season Review. Here, we feature one single poem or flash fiction piece that caught the attention of the editorial team, apart from the signature poetry portfolio or fiction piece in our bi-monthly issues. […]

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The Take: Abbie Kiefer

Ever wonder how journal editors make decisions about work to feature? The Take gives you a glimpse behind the scenes at Mud Season Review. Here, we feature one single poem or flash fiction piece that caught the attention of the editorial team, apart from the signature poetry portfolio or fiction piece in our bi-monthly issues. […]

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The Take: Sean Griffin

Ever wonder how journal editors make decisions about work to feature? The Take gives you a glimpse behind the scenes at Mud Season Review. Here, we feature one single poem or flash fiction piece that caught the attention of the editorial team, apart from the signature poetry portfolio or fiction piece in our bi-monthly issues. […]

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The Take: Ace Boggess

Ever wonder how journal editors make decisions about work to feature? The Take gives you a glimpse behind the scenes at Mud Season Review. Here, we feature one single poem or flash fiction piece that caught the attention of the editorial team, apart from the signature poetry portfolio or fiction piece in our bi-monthly issues. […]

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Permission to Be Agitated

Poetry editor Malisa Garlieb interviews our featured poet Christine Butterworth-McDermott about her poems, exploring loss, transformation, and recovery.