U.S. 1's 2015 Summer Fiction issue is here, with 29 short stories and 26 poems from our readers.
There are stories of childhood, stories of music, and stories of love and loss -- among many others.
Poems reflect on nature, love, and the passage of time -- or offer wise reflections on modern life.
If you missed the reception on August 20, check out Richard Rein's recap here.
WHAT'S HAPPENING IN
IN THE SPOTLIGHT:
Arts editor Dan Aubrey scopes out Gunnison Beach, the only legal clothing-optional beach in New Jersey, and explores the unconscious prejudices against the unclothed body. Located an hour's drive from the Princeton area in Sandy Hook, the beach sports grand views...of the New York City skyline that is.
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GENESIS SUMMER ISSUE
The second edition of Genesis, a quarterly review celebrating the Central Jersey and Bucks County, Pa., creative community is out. The Summer 2015 issue features a short story by Marylou Kelly Streznewski, set by a cool swimming pool to help readers through a hot summer, an excerpt by a psychologist debunking 'The Soul Fallacy', museum previews, poetry & more.
U.S. 1 will publish its annual Summer Fiction issue on Wednesday, July 22, followed by a two-week break. Regular weekly publication will resume Wednesday, August 5.
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