Issue 1:36

Has your career stalled? Maybe it’s time to go back to school with Dr. Johnny Wow.

Also, take a look at the contest guidelines. Our final deadline is at the end of May, so send your submissions in now!

Issue 1:35

This week we take to the woods with the poetry of William Conable.

Also, only a few days left for nonfiction contest submissions! Send ’em now, folks.

Issue 1:34

This issue features Daniel Romo’s poetry on school, work, and paying attention.

Have you seen our contest guidelines?

Issue 1:33

Thoughtful, delicate, and overwhelming in its detail, M.F. McAuliffe’s fiction will leave you reeling.

Also, check out our contest guidelines. The next deadline is soon, so send your submissions!

Issue 1:32

Ron Bloodworth is our star this issue, musing on retirement.

Our contest is ongoing, though the first deadline has already passed. Send us your submissions, your stories and ideas. We look forward to featuring you on our Wall of Winners.

Issue 1:31

This wet Monday features fresh poetry from Spey Rod.

Also, there are only 4 days left before the deadline in our contest’s memoir category. Send your submissions in soon!

Issue 1:30

This issue, an excellent short story by Dan Mancilla.

Also, if you haven’t already seen the contest guidelines, check them out here. And spread the word! We offer prizes, publication, and bragging rights to the winners.

Issue 1:29

This week features the sharper pieces of working, including an essay on bitter disappointment (and acidic consolation), as well madcap poetry by Gary Beck.

And don’t forget to check out the WORK contest.

Issue 1:28

Short and sweet, this week’s issue features poetry from new writer Robert Shmigelsky.

Also, if you haven’t already checked out our contest guidelines, please do! For reference, we do not have a word count limit for fiction (though it should be shorter than a novella).

Issue 1:27

This issue features poetry by the fabulous Valentina Gnup.

Also, the guidelines to WORK’s first contest!
Could you be our Employee of the Month?

Issue 1:26

How do we work? Is it a pleasure, or a task?

New poems from Adrienne Christian and Molly Gloss explore methods of working in occupations both creative and stifling.