Morning-meadow Jones § Born in the U.S.A.’s Deep North, Morning-meadow Jones is a mother, migrant, and multi-medium creative, producing poetry, prose, and photos from her home in Wales, UK. She has words and images featured or forthcoming in TERSE.Journal, Overtly Lit, Duck Duck Mongoose Magazine, 100 Word Project, and the other side of hope magazine.
Adele Evershed Growing up, my sister and I had a forty-acre field to play in, behind the family planning clinic and bordered by the rugby club. It was like the cress in a hard-boiled egg sandwich. Not quite as magical as that special childhood wood but still full of wonders. We made dens by rolling… Read More Minibeasts
John Brantingham Clyde sees what he thinks will be the last turtle of autumn wandering around his backyard from his porch where he is bundled up against this cold raining day to drink his coffee. He finds himself thinking about his nephew, Henry, who is in his sixties now, but still seems to Clyde like… Read More Miracle Turtle
Carman C. Curton We fought with angels. And we won. We shared our weapons. They shared what they knew of the Fallen, a wisdom vast and dark. Together we could not be beaten—even by the unnamable. Angels are joyless bastards. You wouldn’t think so, but there you are. They can’t have—anything. No possessions or homes… Read More With Angels
Robert Scott January is such a quiet month. Deserted streets, abandoned playgrounds, bare trees. A few hours ago, the flat felt empty too – and colourless, silent, lifeless – until I opened a new bar of soap. There was no indication of its potency. No warning on the label. Even the name was innocuous ‘Fragrance… Read More Smells of Home
Bethany Jarmul § Bethany Jarmul is a writer, editor, and artist. Her work has appeared in The Citron Review, Brevity blog, Gastropoda, Literary Mama, and Sky Island Journal among others. She earned first place in Women On Writing‘s Q2 2022 essay contest. She lives near Pittsburgh with her family. Connect with her at bethanyjarmul.com or… Read More One Breath at a Time
The Violet Hour Magazine is very pleased to announce its grand re-opening. New design, new website, and a new call for submissions! Due to our June launch date, we’re coming into our publication schedule slightly later than intended, so this submission call will be from May 30th to July 31st, but the rest of our… Read More Submissions are Now Open