Issue #5: Lost and Found

Hybrid Works


C.Cimmone

Surrender

Lorelei Bacht

Erynie
Plenty more fish, oui, mais combien?
grief a study in grey

Koss

I Still Talk to You Two Years Later
imayo: mahasamadhi: her soul grows weary
I Was Told There’d Be No Service

Winston Plowes and Alicia Fernandez

Pena y Perdida (Grief & Loss)

Nancy Himel

You Wake Up Early
Vincent Asks “What If” in a Field of Spring Wheat at Sunrise

Cole W. Williams

Untitled I

Shareen K. Murayama

Beyond
While Researching How to Survive Being Attacked, I Get Stuck on Step Two

Wilson Koewing

Teeter-Totter

Angela Dribben

American Mythos (Visual Art)
girl means bones that glow forever
Girl-Girl Friendly Society

Glen Armstrong

House of India #90

John Rodzvilla

Make Me Whir

Fred Gerhard

Sundown
Prodigal

Gaby Benitez

abuelo

Sheree Shatsky

Curious
laws of radiation
Recognize

Elyssa Tappero

S.O.S.

Christian Garduno

1338 Hearst Ave

Kip Knott

Calculating Distances

Peter Mladinic

Sunday
Blame

Daun Daemon

This is why I’m telling you about the weiner dog

David S. Anderson

On a Park Bench

J. Bradley

Ways I Avoid My Depression

Shiksha Dheda

Am I the fool?
The trees are in their autumn beauty

Dr. Sarah Gundle

Therapeutic Love

Rose

Tranquil

Nikki Clayton, Mark Goodwin, and Rod Duncan

“Cloud,” “fish,” “There Here Triptych” and “Knot Myth”

J.I. Kleinberg

“if you are,” “was silence,” and “when you knock”

Sheldon Lee Compton

Two Crows
Only Mud and Grass

Jonce Palmer

“Autumn” and “Spring (hypothetical)”

Avery Lane

Dear You, in March
In the Lobotomist’s Office
One hundred and twenty-five thousand years ago

Tanvi Nagar

Chrysalis

Janet Kozachek

Subclinical Harpies: A Hybrid Work of Mosaic Art, Poetry, and Friendship