Wire Art by Molly Hand

Stag 1


Serenity


Head in the Clouds


Molly Hand, a native of Birmingham, Alabama is a photographer and mixed media artist. With more than ten years Irish dancing experience, she is also the Director of the Alabama Academy of Irish Dance.  Her wire sculptures may be purchased from Naked Art Gallery in Birmingham.

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Issue #9, November-December 2011

Table of Contents, Issue #9

Editor’s Note

Fiction

“The Helter Skelter War” by Leland Pitts-Gonzalez

“Blow, Satchmo, Blow Part I: The E Train” by Melissa Bobe

“Put it Right” by Murray Dunlap

“Edge” by Sheila Lamb

Plays

“Certain Unexplainable Events” by Cody Daigle

Poetry

Three Poems by Karla Linn Merrifield

“New Shoes: Outside a Refugee Camp in Somalia” by Len Kuntz

“Desegregation Days” by Tyler Malone

“Night Logic (with Pain)” by Corey Mesler

“Ouroboros” by Christopher Oie Keller

Multimedia

Wire Art by Molly Hand

Photography by Molly Hand

ISMPB

The Ian Sturrock Memorial Pipe Band is named to honor the memory of Ian Sturrock of Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland, the first to teach bagpipes in the state of Alabama and is considered by many to be the source of Birmingham's proud Piping tradition.

Birchfields

Burchfields peanuts, a southern tradition since 1937. Photo taken at the Collinsville Trade Day.

On a Wire

Photo taken while wandering the streets of Birmingham.

Molly Hand, a native of Birmingham, Alabama is a photographer and mixed media artist. With more than ten years Irish dancing experience, she is also the Director of the Alabama Academy of Irish Dance.  The focus of her photos generally revolves around capturing the rich diversity of life and culture in Alabama. 

Issue #6, August 2011

Table of Contents, Issue #6

Editor’s Note

2011 Summer Fiction Contest

Fiction contest winner: “Consider the Gap” by George Sawaya

Fiction contest honorable mention: “Mulciber” by Sean Hogan

Fiction contest honorable mention: “The Smoking  Bun” by Lucinda Dupree

Fiction

“Jackpot” by Lindsey Walker

“Switchback” by Roger Real Drouin

“Meet Me by the River” by Nels Hanson

“All the Right Notes” by T.R. Healy

Flash Fiction

“Tore Up” by Dale Wisely

Poetry

“Monroe County Line” by L. Ward Abel

“District Court as Community Theater” by Al Maginnes

“If I Rise” by Amit Parmessur

“Summer Girls in Pale Chiffon” by William Childress

“The Fabulists” by William Childress

Prose Poetry

“Incurable” by Howie Good

Essays

“Regional ‘Othering’ in Hershell Lewis’ Two Thousand Maniacs!” by William Matthew McCarter

Multimedia

Photography by Molly Hand