TRACHODON 2 features literary writing by some of today's most engaging authors. In "Forked River," Oregon Book Award-winner Scott Nadelson takes us into the offices of the New Jersey state government, and into the heart of a lobbyist whose life is about to change; in "Therapy," Michael Delp explores the high cost of healing through a darkly humorous story; Brian Maxwell shows us the teeming Florida coast through the eyes of a naive but free-thinking young man; essayist Shannon Huffman Polson shows us the rewards and responsibilities of inheriting an Alaskan log cabin; Abby E. Murray contributes two poems "whose personal language is part of that richness we cannot do without" (Marvin Bell); and Nathan Graziano's poem "In Anticipation of My Next Bad Decision" delivers exactly what it promises. Also features black and white photography by Shane Darwent. TRACHODON, A Dinosaur of a Little Magazine, is published twice a year, in March and September. Visit www.trachodon.org for information on subscribing, submitting, or advertising.
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About the Author
TRACHODON: A Dinosaur of a Little Magazine, founded in 2010 by John Carr Walker and Katey Schultz, is born in the spirit of revisiting and renewing the old, while understanding that technologies are advancing faster than ever. Old ideas, old things, and old ways of working. New ways of reading, new challenges to intellect and art, a faster pace to life. We believe literature and art, in all forms, are timeless, but how they are encountered changes dramatically generation to generation. While we like the convenience and access of the Internet, we love the smell of ink and the feel of paper, the weight and texture of pages, the sound bindings make when opened, the dog-ears and marginalia-fossils-left behind. We want life to remain in-print, but most of all we want to connect readers and writers. We therefore publish in paperback and ebook formats, and on the web, and use all of today's technologies to make those connections. Our goal is not to grow into a behemoth, but to move lithely, stay smart, and survive in our changing world.