Creative Nonfiction, #22, Spring 2022
Catherine Con, Mangifera Indica Brad Gibault, The Myth of Pat Mark Lucius, When You Wish Upon An All-Star Beverley Stevens, A Proper Sunday Lunch Marianne Worthington, Young and Red-headed
The Spring issue is live, and the #BarnhillPrize is open. Life is good!
Catherine Con is back with another lush mystery-tinged narrative; this time her words bring us into a sensuous, dream-like meditation on wild mangoes. Brad Gibault leverages both humor and Greek mythology to explore his relationship with his school bus driver, Pat. Mark Lucius brings us back to witness how, at 10 years old, he faced more grown-up ethical decisions than have some adults and changed the athletic resumes of more than one person. Beverley Stevens sets a place for us at her grandmother’s formal dining table. Marianne Worthington uses her poet’s heart perspective on memories of her mother, angels, ghosts, and more.
And Jamie Miller with her art — well, you know how I feel about that.
P.S. And YES, the #BarnhillPrize is open for submissions!