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Issue 136 Contributors

Jocelyn Locksley Jocelyn Locksley lives in northwest Ohio, where she works at a coffee shop. She also translates from German to English, which she...
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Letter From the Editor – Thank you and Hello

Thanks so much to the audience and contributors of Crack the Spine for demonstrating such patience during our recent site re-build! Like most technical...
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Check in and Check Out – CTS Contributors

Congratulations to David Rawding, who recently signed a contract with Red Adept Publishing to publish his first novel “Taking on Water,” a Crime/Thriller Novel...
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Pushcart Prize Nominees

We recently sent off our picks for Crack the Spine’s Pushcart Prize Nominees. Check out our selections below and see if your favorites made...
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Wordsmith Interview – T.A. Stanley

Age: 25 Brooklyn, NY Currently working toward my Master’s in a Humanities degree focused on Gender Politics The Writer How long have you been...
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Issue 135

Role reversal relegates our reality, Reckons how we traverse the labyrinth of our sanity, Telling us the untold secrets of love, lust, and life....
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Issue 135 Contributors

Read Issue 135 Jhaki M.S. Landgrebe Jhaki is an accidental teacher by trade and an artist and writer by otherwise. Her birthplace in the...
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Wordsmith Interview – Karen Boissonneault-Gauthier

Location: Ontario, Canada Education: Degrees in Journalism & Photography The Writer Do you have a specific writing style? Style is a relative thing isn’t...
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Issue 134

The whole week seems to turn around the axis of Sunday afternoon— to pause even as it rushes  forward into tarnished hours— -From “Sunday...
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Issue 134 Contributors

Read Issue 134   Bob Gilliland Bob Gilliland is a corporate America refugee who now works as a Circulation Assistant in a small public...