PRISM 51.3: The Creative Non-fiction Issue

big thumbnail 513What do Tokyo, Tampa, Namibia and a horse camp have in common? They’re all locations from pieces in PRISM‘s Spring issue!

Come, travel the world with us, take in the sights and the sounds. Our creative non-fiction winner, JonArno Lawson brings us to summer camp, while runners-up Carolyn White and Jean McNeil describe stories in San Francisco and Namibia, and contest judge Andreas Schroeder issues CNF writers a challenge: will you take it on?

Explore Japan, small town Canada, and the mysterious ‘L—, Ontario’ in fiction by Jonathan Mendelsohn, Joel McCarthy, and Pasha Malla.  Join our poets, Jessie Jones, Tammy Armstrong, David Clink, Julia Herperger, Jeff Musgrave, Elena E. Johnson, Jim Johnstone, Caroline Wong, Michael Patrick Jessome, and matt robinson in far-flung corners of the world: from Tribeca to New Mexico to Redberry Lake.

But we know what you’re really thinking: is that doll-like kid on the cover for real? She’s very real and kind of a big deal in Japan: ‘Miraichan,’ photographed by Kotori Kawashima.

Check out all this and so much more. Get your issue here, while supplies last!

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