As we begin to feature some of the excellent work that appeared in Moon City Review‘s 2017 issue, here’s L.W. Nicholson reading her wonderful story “Persimmons on Planet Earth” for today’s Online Reading Series entry:
Here’s hoping you have a great weekend, and to do our part, we’re sharing Ian Denning’s wonderful story “Drawing of a Spaceship Breaking Up Over the Moon,” which appeared in Moon City Review 2019, for today’s entry in our Online Reading Series:
Today’s entry in our Online Reading Series once again features one of the excellent poems from Moon City Review 2019, Maggie Graber’s “Why I Shouldn’t Be an FBI Special Agent”:
We’re once again featuring work from the latest issue of Moon City Review for today’s entry in our Online Reading Series, presenting Tessa Livingstone reading her poems “Traveling Along the Trace” and “Edinburgh, 1948”:
We hope you’re still enjoying our Moon City Online Reading Series, because we don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. Today’s entry features Hussain Ahmed reading his poem “Shadows,” which appeared in Moon City Review 2019:
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For today’s entry in our online reading series, a festive Jason Teal reads a Marjorie story, “The Other Side of the Mirror of Lies,” which first appeared in Moon City Review 2018:
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We’d like to thank Ellen Stone for providing today’s entry in our online reading series, reading her poem from Moon City Review 2019, “Hand me down”:
For some Friday nonfiction action, today’s entry in our online reading series features Virginia Watts and her essay from Moon City Review 2019, “When Christmas Dawns”:
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We were so happy to publish this story in Moon City Review 2019, and we’re just as thrilled to share this entry in our online reading series. Here’s Allison Wyss reading her Pushcart-nominated “Boobman”:
We wanted to recognize all of the great work that’s appeared in all issues of Moon City Review, so today’s entry in our online reading series features Lana Spendl reading her poem “As God Intended” from the 2019 issue:
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