“Starting Small” (Nov-Dec 2014) is the inaugural issue of Gnarled Oak featuring micropoetry, microprose, short videos, and micropoetry-related artwork.
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fleeing sparrows — Angie Werren
gnarled oak — Patricia Geyer
The Names Change Every Time I Tell the Story — Aubrie Cox
crows perched on wire — Erica Goss
Belief in Unicorns — Marie Craven
Perfume — Mark Windham
ventilator machine — Archana Kapoor Nagpal
faultless hand sewn quilts — Vivienne Blake
luscious peach — Julie Bloss Kelsey
Six (Twenty Seconds of Haiku) — Angie Werren
Newton’s First Law of Motion — Aubrey Cox
eventide… — Shloka Shankar
on the belly — Marianne Paul
a wild sky — Debbie Strange
paddling sea kayaks — Robyn Cairns
morning fog — Angie Werren
Four Haiku — Kris Lindbeck
The Moving Walkway — Carolyn Guinzio
There is very little to say here at the end of this inaugural issue of Gnarled Oak other than “thank you.”
Thank you to everyone who submitted work and took a chance on this fledgling publication.
Thank you to everyone who read this issue, who shared it, liked it, commented, retweeted, favorited, pinned, reposted, and all those other ways of sharing the things we discover in the digital world.
It has been my honor and privilege to publish the pieces contained in this issue, from work by writers and artists I already knew and admired to others whose work was new to me.
Thank you, thank you, thank you, all. I hope you’re looking forward to Issue Two as much as I am.
–James Brush, Editor