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issue-37-2-coverSummer 2015, Volume  37.2: Choose Your Own Adventure


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Permafrost Issue 34.2

Permafrost Issue 34.2 — Spring 2012  Online POETRY Alison Hicks,  “Centrifuge,’ “Wishbones,’ and “Woman in the Leaves’ Liz Robbins, “[the scorpion]’ David James, “The Playwright’s Nightmare’ Sasha West, “The Interior Paramour sends a telegram, sinks a time capsule, sings’ Brad Johnson, “Cat in the Trash’ Christine Hope Starr, “Either Way, It Happens’ J. Matthew Boyleston, …

Permafrost Issue 35.2

Permafrost Issue 35.2: Summer 2013 Online POETRY Caroline Tanski, “Botany As Desire,’ and “Fertilizer’ Kathleen Weaver, “Deer’ Ann Hostetler, “Ode to the Dash’ and “Suzanne Valadon Poses for Renoir’ Andrew Payton, “December 1861’ Ruth Baumann, “Missing Persons Report II,’ “In Which Rapunzel Pursues a Talkless Therapy,’ and “Rapunzel, Three Months after Her Escape’ Dan Pinkerton,’My …

Permafrost Issue 36.2

Summer 2014 Online Click here to read issue.

Permafrost Issue 37.2: Choose Your Own Adventure

You’re heading in. Choose your weapon: The black one with grooves. The solid black one. The canary-colored one. The faded black with silver markings. The fire red with orange stripes. The flat, mat black one. The marbled red-yellow-orange-brown one. The rusty black and brown in the center. The shiny, newer black one near the bottom …

Permafrost Issue 38.2

We’re so excited to present Summer Issue 38.2: The Web Web. Each piece contains three distinct words which link to other pieces in the issue that also share that word or association. This webbing forms a net of connections that weave all of the pieces in this issue together into a weird and wonderful chain …

Permafrost Issue 39.2: The Great Seclusion

Welcome to the Cabin. Walk around, look up, look down; explore the world as we’ve come to know it and don’t be afraid to expose our dirtiest, darkest secrets. For the best experience, we recommend making the image full screen.   Table of Contents / Contributor Bios

Permafrost Issue 42.2

Here in Fairbanks, AK, isolation is part of the fabric of everyday life. In fact, we at Permafrost have made art of seclusion already. This distance with which the whole world now grapples, however, has been heartbreaking, but it hasn’t blinded our sight to the lights dancing in our night sky. In this Winter issue, we …

Permafrost Issue 42.2

  Featuring: 2020 New Alchemy Contest Winner – Monica Ong   I. Perseus Mi Shebeirach for Miami; or, Magic City Lockdown – Jen Karetnik How to Divine Poetry – Kameron Ray Morton The Word You Should Never Say – David Starkey / myul /as in “a mewl of clouds” – Mary Buchinger Xenolith – Nathaniel …