Issue 9

At Third Point Press, we focus ourselves on just a few things: publishing distinct, wonderful work from people who are
Emily Truman Emily is a local collage artist who often found herself in her bedroom as a child, spreading magazines
by Alvin Park Pull the carrots from the earth, dirt clinging to their eyes. Remember when that was you? Remember
By Danielle Johnson first, my hand inside the opening of a galaxy swirling with fishing line and blood. Age makes
by Heikki Huotari   the obvious The   cubic    foot   of   air   will    fill    the basketball but for a
By torrin a. greathouse     torrin a. greathouse is a genderqueer trans woman & cripple-punk from Southern California. She is
By Melissa Goode We walk through the greenest park, my hand inside your hand, inside your coat. You turn your
by Nicole Connolly   Nicole Connolly lives and works in Orange County, CA, which she promises is mostly unlike what you
By Alexander WeIdman It was about 38 degrees but with the spray from the water it felt even colder. I
By LUIS LOPEZ-MALDONADO & we walk run float on dirt trails cactus growing up into the blue black & balloons balloons
by Chloe Clark   At noon, we heard the siren. Walking to the briefing-room, past the largest windows on the
By Olatunde Osinaike     Olatunde Osinaike is a Nigerian-American poet originally from the West Side of Chicago. He is Black,