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“In the Peanut Hospital” from The Art of Waiting by Belle Boggs, forthcoming September 2016 from Graywolf Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Copyright © 2016 by Belle Boggs. Printed with the permission of the author.

“Approaching Limits at Carolina Beach” by Jason Bradford. Copyright © 2001 by the estate of Jason Bradford. Reprinted with the permission of Shirley Niedermann. First printed in Rogue Agent,

“Melvin in the Sixth Grade” from Break Any Woman Down by Dana Johnson. Copyright © 2001 by Dana Johnson. Reprinted with the permission of the University of Georgia Press, First printed in the Missouri Review,

“Dispatches from Anywhere but Here” from Riverine by Angela Palm, forthcoming August 2016. Copyright © 2016 by Angela Palm. Printed with the permission of Graywolf Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota,

“[pal ma res tór tol as rob les]” and “[pretty wet]” from Ford Over by John Pluecker, Noemi Press,, 2016. Copyright © 2016 by John Pluecker. Reprinted with the permission of the author and Noemi Press.

“Becoming Earth” from Becoming Earth by Eva Saulitis, forthcoming summer 2016. Copyright © 2016 by the estate of Eva Saulitis. Printed with the permission of Red Hen Press, Los Angeles, California,

Art Credits

Cover art and lettering by Amanda Sandlin.

“Losing the House”: photo of Cape Cod house © Mark Honerkamp.
“The Journey Home”: photos of Ganesha visarjan © Shuchi Saraswat.
“In the Peanut Hospital”: featured image © City of Boston Archives, CC BY-SA 2.0 via Flickr.
“Dispatches from Anywhere but Here”: featured image © Paul Sableman, CC BY 2.0 via Flickr.
“We Are Not Alone!”: featured image © Renée Y. Labonté
“The Mad King”: featured image © Porsche Brosseau, CC BY 2.0 via Flickr.
“What We Fed to the Manticore”: featured image Matthias Ripp, CC BY 2.0 via Flickr, and lettering by F. Morgan Davis.
“Becoming Earth”: featured image © Cecil Sanders CC BY 2.0. via Flickr.