We are proud of the work featured in this issue, and feel it to be a great representation of Caper's love for culture, the human condition and language play. We have fiction, poetry and prose-poetry from many writers, some new and some Caper veterans. We have work by:
Martin Willitts, Jr.
Sergio A. Ortiz
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The Speakeasy: all things literary, with editor comments and author features.
And, before reading this issue's amazing work, consider purchasing Caper Literary Journal's benefit anthology, VWA: Poems for Haiti. It's filled with amazing poets and all money (royalties after payment to distribution) go to Haiti relief efforts.
by Lisa Marie Basile, editor
Interview with Editor Andrew Colarusso, Broome Street Review
Interview with Jerry Waxler, Memoir Writers Network
Lisa Marie Basile will be leaving the United States this week—she will be visiting the state of Michoacan, Mexico and writing about culture, language and life. Follow her experiences here, at her blog: The Sun Killed Him.
Any tips, suggestions or travel ideas are more than welcome!
Submissions will not open again until August 1. We look forward to reading your work.