Issue 23 Out Now

It is truly wonderful to be back reading your work and working with the Trajectory team to craft this issue for you. I think it is one you will especially enjoy, so many powerful, inspiring poems and thoughtful, thought-provoking stories.

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  • Issue 23

    Issue 23

    I am very excited to announce that our latest issue of Trajectory is now available.

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    Issue 22

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    Issue 21

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    Issue 19

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    Issue 18

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  • Issue 17

    Issue 17

    No one, and I mean absolutely no one, ever writes anything totally by themselves. I know a few writers who claim they do.

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  • Issue 16

    Issue 16

    What will future generations see when they look back at America, circa 2018. Will they see lovely violets in purple bloom or an overindulgent, self-centered, egotistical, greedy society that thrived on tweets, fake news, and grabbing whatever they could away with? The question for all of us who write, as I see it anyway, is what is our responsibility? Should we ignore the blabber, the blasphemy, the bullshit and focus on our poems, stories, novels? Or do we have a responsibility to use our writing skills, at least in some fashion, in an effort to warn of the danger? After considerable reflection I have decided? Have you?

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  • Issue 15

    Issue 15

    This issue features work by old friends (Brian Daldorph, Alan Catlin, Clay Gibson, and others) and some wonderful new writers (Keith Hellard, Rochelle Jewel Shapiro, Karissa Dong, to name a few).

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  • Issue 14

    Issue 14

    Cathy Porter, K. S. Hardy, Rod Farmer, Stephanie Hiteshew, James E. Zimmerman, Lynn P. Elwell, Dennis Trudell and more familiar voices.

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  • Issue 13

    Issue 13

    Marguerite Bouvard, ayaz daryl nielsen, Rachana Rahman, Mike Faran, Peg Duthie, and Ted Jonathan.

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  • Issue 12

    Issue 12

    Joanne Esser, J.S. Kierland, Marianna Hofer, Beth Paulson, Ed Coletti, Morgan Smith.

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