FEBRUARY ISSUE

Always, somewhere, there will be a chance of rain: Poems --- Jacob McArthur Mooney
Have I Come Clean Enough?: Review of Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine by Diane Williams — Jason Lucarelli
The eye, the hand, the picture plane: Sean Riley Art & Interview --- Mary Kathryn Jablonski
An Australian Childhood: What Ever Happened to Grace Darling? --- Elizabeth Thomas
Uimhir a Cúig | What Brought You Here? Memoir --- Áine Greaney
All of Seeing, All of Hearing: Fiction --- Gregory Howard
Constellating The Net: A Quantum Fairytale—Paul Pines
Blake, Nietzsche, Wilde, and Yeats:  Contraries, Anti-Selves, and the Truth of Masks --- Patrick J. Keane
Top of the Page --- Touchstones
The Shape of Things to Come: Masks & Lies --- Numéro Cinq's February Issue Preview
Always, somewhere, there will be a chance of rain: Poems --- Jacob McArthur Mooney

Always, somewhere, there will be a chance of rain: Poems — Jacob McArthur Mooney

Pauper-prince, democrat, he lifts / his one long finger, finds the note //
below the verb for first advances.

Have I Come Clean Enough?: Review of Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine by Diane Williams — Jason Lucarelli

Have I Come Clean Enough?: Review of Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine by Diane Williams — Jason Lucarelli

…an inarticulate present where something is always amiss…

The eye, the hand, the picture plane: Sean Riley Art & Interview --- Mary Kathryn Jablonski

The eye, the hand, the picture plane: Sean Riley Art & Interview — Mary Kathryn Jablonski

What makes something sacred is what I’m exploring in this body of work. —Sean Riley

An Australian Childhood: What Ever Happened to Grace Darling? --- Elizabeth Thomas

An Australian Childhood: What Ever Happened to Grace Darling? — Elizabeth Thomas

We crossed the rackety wooden bridge and turned west, then the scene opened out to the plains.

Uimhir a Cúig | What Brought You Here? Memoir --- Áine Greaney

Uimhir a Cúig | What Brought You Here? Memoir — Áine Greaney

How I loved that all-American makeover. It was so guileless and generous—at least until that day’s restaurant shift was over…

All of Seeing, All of Hearing: Fiction --- Gregory Howard

All of Seeing, All of Hearing: Fiction — Gregory Howard

…as they met the thousands sat in the trees, pulled at the rope, dragged the Virgin to her Cathedral home, waving giant totems above their heads,

Constellating The Net: A Quantum Fairytale—Paul Pines

Constellating The Net: A Quantum Fairytale—Paul Pines

…what links psyche to the word soul, to know the horse, or a storm as Aristotle suggests we know anything, by becoming it.

Blake, Nietzsche, Wilde, and Yeats:  Contraries, Anti-Selves, and the Truth of Masks --- Patrick J. Keane

Blake, Nietzsche, Wilde, and Yeats: Contraries, Anti-Selves, and the Truth of Masks — Patrick J. Keane

“The truths of metaphysics are the truths of masks.” —Oscar Wilde

Top of the Page --- Touchstones

Top of the Page — Touchstones

At the top of the page this month, we feature a series of texts and podcasts that are touchstones of the aesthetic we try to foster…

The Shape of Things to Come: Masks & Lies --- Numéro Cinq's February Issue Preview

The Shape of Things to Come: Masks & Lies — Numéro Cinq’s February Issue Preview

Dante, myth, masks, illumination & lies predominate in the February issue…

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