Early March glitter
off snow, wind cool
on your face and stings
your fingers. Finch
chirped in the morning,
flies over river free
to trickle north again …

Poem, in its entirety, is available in the printed version of the current issue.


Josiah Nelson is an MFA writing student and sessional lecturer at the University of Saskatchewan. His poetry has appeared in Spry Literary Journal, U.S. Catholic, Vast Chasm Magazine, Blank Spaces, and Pinhole Poetry. His story “Hair, Teeth” placed third in Fractured Lit’s Monsters, Mystery, and Mayhem Contest. He lives in Saskatoon.

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